Super Glue’s Tailgating Tips and Tricks

January 19, 2015 by Leave a reply »
Pin It

tailgate food


The New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks are going to the NFL’s Super Bowl XLIX, are you ready for some football? Time to start prepping your vehicles with amazing food and drinks! Here are few a tips and tricks that are guaranteed to help you have a successful Super Bowl Sunday!

Have an Mini Emergency Kit Ready

It’s always better to be over prepared than under prepared. In a small Ziploc bag you should have: an assortment of bandages, pain relievers (Advil, Tylenol, and Benadryl), antibacterial wipes, pocket knife or scissors, bottle opener, and of course Super Glue. When you plan to live out of a car for an entire day many things can go wrong. Super Glue is able to repair any broken cooking utensils, equipment and more – and best of all it’s perfect for traveling!

Freeze Your Water Bottles

Instead of filling coolers with tons of ice (which will take up lots of space) – place all your water bottles in the freezer a night or two before and then throw them in your cooler to keep all of your appetizers and delectables cold. This will save you tons of space, and your food will stay nice and cold before all of the ice melts!

Large Plastic Tub

Place all your cookware in a large plastic container. Not only will this make it easier for you to find all your cooking utensils, but it will also make it so much simpler to clean up! Once you are ready to pack up, throw all your dirty dishes back in the container and you won’t have to worry about rinsing them before placing them in your car.

Cut and Pack in Advance

No one wants to spend time cutting up lettuce, tomato, onions and such. Have everything precut and ready to serve. Using foil containers you can easily pack all your items neatly in the container, close the container, place it in a cooler and then toss it in the trash when you’re done!

Whether you are cheering for the Patriots or the Seahawks, have your tailgating gear packed and ready! Share with us your tailgating tips and tricks on our Facebook page.



Comments are closed.