Have you ever mistakenly pushed a cork too far into the neck of the bottle, and then you were unable to remove it at all? This happens to all of us at one time or another, but don’t worry, you don’t have to waste that delicious bottle of wine because you can’t re-cork the bottle. All you have to do is try these simple solutions by YouTube channel Hacks World to get the cork out, in one piece.
Cut a length of plastic ribbon, and shape it into a loop. Place the loop in the bottle, and push it underneath the cork. The loop will wrap around the bottom of the cork, and then you can pull it up and the cork will come right out of the bottle. It takes a bit of elbow grease, but this trick works without having to break the bottle or destroy the cork.
Another way you can get a cork out of a wine bottle is to stuff a plastic bag into the bottle. Make sure that you are stuffing in the closed end. The bottle must be tipped on its side, so the cork is near the top of the bottle. Once you have the bag about three to four inches inside the bottle, start blowing it like a balloon. It will press around the cork, enclosing it. Then, simply pull out the bag, and the cork will come out with it.
Stop trying to use a knife to get the cork out. All you are going to do is damage the cork, and even if you do manage to get it out, you likely won’t be able to use it again. Instead, try one of these two methods, and you should never have to worry about lost corks again.
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