How to Open Blister Packs Without Bleeding

September 18, 2008

You know that super-thick, PVC plastic around your new flashdrive (or whatever)?  It’s called a blister pack and it accounts for regular soft tissue and tendon injury across the United States. You can buy a fancy tool like this one to open blister packs, and that’s fine if you’re a wuss.  Or, you can hit the jump and learn the super secret way to do it for free.

Use a household can opener.  I know if you’re on Spike, you’re like me, and a can opener is not only in your house but a large part of your life.  Your meals are out of a can and over the sink anyway so that you don’t miss too much of your Thunder in Paradise DVD even though you’ve watched it 19 times.