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Liquiglide Could Fix Your Sticky Condiments Problems


Do you have a bunch of condiment bottles in the pantry sitting upside down so that you can get every last drop out?  Do you worry about how much condiment you’re actually throwing away because you just can’t get the last of it out of the bottle?  Sick of thumping that ketchup bottle and ending up with way to much sauce on your plate?  Developed by researchers at MIT’s Varanasi Research GroupLiquiglide is the answer. This safe, non-toxic and FDA-approved coating is made entirely from food materials, and when used to coat the inside of your glass or plastic bottle, allows every last drop to just slide out.

You may still have to be careful how much mustard ends up on your food though, by the looks of it :)

{ 3 comments… add one }

  • Julie May 30, 2012, 9:24 am

    FDA approved? Hmmmmm…. Looks like I’ll stop using bottled katsup if this stuff starts being used. I’m already avoiding “FDA approved” BPA lined canned goods.

  • JT May 30, 2012, 2:42 pm

    I know it’s ketchup and mustard in the videos they’ve posted but it would take me a while to get used to the visuals. These condiments just shouldn’t fall out of the bottle that way.

    They should really market this for bottles of soap and lotion. It always seems like there’s a significant amount you have to throw away because you just can’t get it out of the bottle.

  • Stormdrane May 30, 2012, 6:01 pm

    Looks like it might make it as a diet aid, line your digestive tract with it and anything you eat goes straight through you at 90MPH, lol…

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