Does anyone else cut open their squeezy bottles after they're "empty"?

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PostRe: Does anyone else cut open their squeezy bottles after they're "empty"?
by Saint of Killers » Thu Dec 23, 2021 4:16 pm

<]:^D wrote:of course i do. its common sense.


As is making proper use of your keyboard. But, yes, glad to hear that.

Zilnad wrote:No, I don't.


DA-DOOM!

massimo wrote:I had a battle with a mayonnaise squeezy bottle recently and the amount of left over may in there was a gold mine.
Funnily enough, for my birthday the other day I got given one of these...
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Perfect for scraping the leftover peanut butter and whatnot from jars.


No more scraping a hooked finger along the inside shoulder and scooping the stuff out like a caveman for you!

Belated happy birthday.

KK wrote:The moisturiser I use (L'Oreal Men) comes in a solid plastic container with a pump so would require a saw to cut open, but in terms of their face wash I do cut the top off and there's always loads in there - at least another 3 or 4 uses.


We must be binning a fortune of the stuff every year.

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PostRe: Does anyone else cut open their squeezy bottles after they're "empty"?
by Saint of Killers » Thu Dec 23, 2021 4:19 pm

Mommy wrote:I'll get every last drop out of shampoo bottles and toothpaste bottles.
On sauce bottles I use a craft knife to open the
bottom corner then get the remaining sauce out.

Shite design, plastic bottles.


Those foil bag things would be much better but you know they don't use them because they care more about what their product looks like on the shelves than wastage. (Though maybe those foil bags are even worse for the environment...)

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PostRe: Does anyone else cut open their squeezy bottles after they're "empty"?
by KK » Thu Dec 23, 2021 4:36 pm

They could actually shrink the L’Oreal moisturiser down considerably because I pulled the top off once and there’s an outer ring with nothing there. Just wasting plastic to make you think you’re getting much more product than you actually are.

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by Stugene » Thu Dec 23, 2021 7:01 pm

Mommy wrote:I'll get every last drop out of shampoo bottles and toothpaste bottles.
On sauce bottles I use a craft knife to open the
bottom corner then get the remaining sauce out.

this is the worst haiku i've ever read

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PostRe: Does anyone else cut open their squeezy bottles after they're "empty"?
by RichardUK » Tue Dec 28, 2021 12:16 am

My partner cuts open the hair gel but makes it look like it’s not been cut open and just looks small (hard to explain)

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