|Fig.1 Tube of Crest Toothpaste|
Supplies and Tools:
Binder clips (medium or small)
Crest toothpaste tube
Paper clips (large size)
Toothpaste in plastic tube
We all buy toothpaste, the problem is that there is never a way to get all you paid for. How do you get the last bit of toothpaste from those plastic tubes?
This post shows the three possibilities of using up all the contents in those plastic tube. In this example a Crest toothpaste was used to show the different solutions.
Step 1: First look at the tubes below. Above fig.1 the front side of the Crest toothpaste tube. Fig.2 shows some of the toothpaste is missing from use. But how do you get all the toothpaste that you paid for?
|Fig.2 Plastic tubes|
|Fig.3 Rubber band|
|Fig.4 Rubber band around bottom|
|Fig.5 Rubber band at end of tube|
|Fig.7 Clip at the end of the tube|
|Fig.8 Binder Clip|
|Fig.9 Clip box|
|Fig.10 Best result binder clip|
|Fig.12 3-Tubes with binder clips|
|Fig.11 Contents pushed forward|
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