A number of people have only just realised there's a secret setting on salt grinders that can help to make their dinner experience even more enjoyable.
If you love a sprinkle of salt on your food, be sure to check out this evidently little known trick:
The clip was shared by Right Guys, a TikTok page dedicated to shop reviews.
Quite frankly, his account is a treasure trove of insights into a whole host of goods and gadgets you can buy in the UK.
Despite his expert knowledge, he too only just discovered that there's a secret setting that allows you to switch your salt shaker to change the size of the flakes.
It's not exactly going to change your life, but at the same time it's pretty handy not having to douse your food with gigantic salt crystals every time you eat.
Especially when you can switch to fine ones at the literal click of a button.
Taking to TikTok to share his discovery, he explained: "I can't believe I'm just finding this out today.
"Do you know these salt shaker things? Well, did you know you can actually change it from fine to ground."
He then gives it a try, demonstrating how all you have to do is pop the top part of the shaker down to change its setting.
And lo and behold, it works an absolute treat.
Hundreds of people have taken to the comments section to share their surprise at the revelation.
As said by one: "Don’t cos I’ve been wondering why my salt was so huge!"
"I've never ran so fast to my cupboard to test it out - mind blown," said another.
"Wow that is incredible," added a third, while a fourth commented, "Omg I’ve just done this with my pepper one, thanks for sharing."
A fifth chimed in: "Never knew that, cheers."
But as is often the case with tips and hacks shared on TikTok, for as many positive comments, there were even more people saying that they knew this already.
"Just about everyone knew that," said one, with another writing, "Think most people knew it... it’s on the back."
A third added, "Yes I know that, where have you been," while a fourth said, "Genuinely thought this was common knowledge."
Well, clearly not - plenty of people have only just found out, especially now Right Guys' video is doing the rounds online.
Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@rightguysreview