aluminum foil is a thin and pliable metal sheeting that is manufactured, as the name implies, from tin. Sometimes the product’s name is also written “tinfoil.” In popular parlance today, many people use the term “tin aluminum foil” when what they actually are referring to is tin aluminum foil, which came into common use following World War II. tin aluminum foil is less costly and holds up better to use.
tin aluminum foil uses include covering and protecting food items. Homemakers and cooks frequently wrap sandwiches, leftovers and other foods in foil. The foil is more durable than some plastic wraps, and easier to carry than plastic tubs or bowls. Tin also is used in the manufacture of cans. Some people in today’s society even construct tin aluminum foil hats, or cover their windows with the foil, under a delusion that such a covering will impede mind control efforts or stop radio or electromagnetic waves from influencing their behavior.