This kitchen utensil went viral on TikTok and it's a total game-changer

$16 well spent, if you ask us

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If you're in need of a good kitchen hack, TikTok has you covered in spades. Both budding chefs and seasoned pros can appreciate the social media app for its eye-opening culinary reveals. 

One of the latest comes from @simplysalfinds, who demonstrates the versatility of the Joseph Joseph spatula. This seemingly ordinary tool somehow gives cooks five-in-one capabilities: flip (naturally), scoop, slice, spread, and strain. 

If you don't have one stored in your drawer, it's safe to say you're seriously missing out! Just ask the 10,600 people who liked the video and the 400,000-plus people who viewed it.

Have a look!

@simplysalfinds

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If you still have doubts, rest assured that Amazon shoppers are thoroughly impressed. The tool has received near-perfect ratings for sturdiness, heat resistance, cleaning ease, and durability. * Adds to cart. *

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TikTok truly pulls out all the stops for those Julia Child wannabes. It also revealed a simple yet reliable way to make sure all of your Tupperware remains grease-free (no easy feat). All you'll need is a bit of dish soap and some paper towels! (Yes, this video has been viewed over 13.5 million times and liked over 2.5 million times.) @juleshairtbay, you've outdone yourself.

Take a peek!

Although there's a gross factor, @miss.clean.with.me's viral video, which garnered a shocking 21 million+ views, shows you how to clean your wooden utensils accurately. Trust us, when you see what comes off of those bad boys, you're going to want to do a very deep clean. 

See it for yourself

TikTok, we're patiently waiting for your next big reveal! Until then, you can find us flipping pancakes with our spatula and soaking every wooden utensil we can find.

Danielle Valente
Danielle Valente

Danielle is a news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life. When she's not working, you can find her experimenting with new recipes or sitting on the couch with a good book and a cup of coffee.