How to Open a Metal Can with a Regular Spoon

Shelby Rogers

Sure, can openers aren't difficult to work. But they normally get lost in that one kitchen drawer reserved for all miscellaneous kitchen items. Want to avoid buying yet another can opener, or are you too lazy to work your can opener in the first place?

YouTuber Dave Hax shows you how it's done in this video. Rub the spoon along the lid to create a groove. Apply a bit more pressure, and you'll cut a slit in the top.