LiquiGlide is a revolutionary super-slippery coating created by a team of MIT engineers to finally solve a problem that afflicts people from all over the world, how to get that last drop of mayoness, or ketchup, out of the bootle? Brilliant idea, don’t you think?
Excerpt from LiquiGlide website:
With condiment bottles there’s still a bunch of food left in the bottle when you throw it out. By our calculations, about 1 million pounds of food gets thrown out each year worldwide. Also, those squeeze bottles need a big cap. By eliminating the need for such a big cap, we’d save 25,000 tons of petroleum-based plastics each year.
I would love to see this implemented in large scale as soon as possible, but I wonder how long is going to take before greedy corporations decide to implement a technology that is going to actually help people buy less bottles of their products?