Some people are upset that they have no idea about this “trick”.
A TikTok content creator identified only as Mark, who posts to Right Guys Review on the platform, has revealed something about salt mills that apparently surprises people.
“My birthday today,” he shared with his 1.4 million followers.
“I can’t believe I’m noticing this today,” he said in the video, which has 2.4 million views and 71,200 likes as of Monday morning.
Mark takes a salt mill from his kitchen cabinet and explains, “You know these things about the salt shaker? Well, did you know that you can change it from fine to ground? I never knew. Who knew that?
It shows that pushing down on the circle in the middle of the grinder changes the setting.
“Apparently, you just open this up and it changes it from big to small,” he said.
He goes on to demonstrate, grinding salt on his counter using fine and ground settings.
“How am I finding out about this today?” Mark exclaimed.
People were shocked to discover this hidden feature.
“No, because I’ve been wondering why my salt was so big!” one person wrote.
“I don’t go to my closet,” joked another.
“I almost broke my neck running to the closets trying this out,” someone else commented.
“I have never run so fast to my closet to try it on,” said one person. “Amazing.”
“That’s a game changer,” someone wrote.
“OMG I just made this with my pepper shaker thanks for sharing,” said one person, noting that it works for pepper mills too.
In the meantime, this is the first “shocking” reveal that may seem obvious to many. Over the holidays, people freaked out over another ubiquitous item.
Nutcrackers have become a staple of Christmas decor, but their actual purpose has come as a shock to some.
Just imagine: the true function of the nutcrackers is found in their name.
People took to social media to express their surprise after finding out that nutcrackers are actually used to crack open the shells of walnuts. It may seem obvious given the statuette’s name, but it seems to have been overlooked by many people.
“’Are you telling me that nutcrackers can really crack nuts?’ -Me, Thanksgiving 2022”, a person tweeted.
“Oomf I really didn’t know nutcrackers crack nuts, I’m sobbing rn,” another saying.
“Nutcrackers are actually used to crack nuts…I was years old today,” someone said. accepted.
“I was years old today when I realized that nutcrackers are actually used to crack nuts,” another aggregate.
“DO NUTCRACKERS REALLY CRANK WALNUTS?! WTF SINCE WHEN,” one person exclaimed.