October 11, 2012
TubePress — Get every last bit from squeezable tubes
You paid for what's in the tube so why shouldn't you have access to all of it?
From reader Jim Cooley came this item not as a link but as a real array of molecules in three dimensions.
He wrote, "I've been wanting to send you the enclosed for ages. Last time I looked I could find NO retail outlet on the web. I get them in Honolulu, at some big drug store in the Ala Moana Shopping Mall. I pick up a dozen or so for gifts just because they are so simple and work GREAT!"
Hope he doesn't hate me for having my Crack Research Team®™© drill down and discover they're available on Amazon.
Eight for $21.52 (tubes of stuff not included).
FunFact: I learned only last year that Flautist and I use the same antiquated 20th-century-dead-ender brand of toothpaste (pictured above undergoing "The Squeeze®™©").
When I received "Easier Said Than Done" from her last week I knew that it wasn't an opinion but, rather, a fact that the Big Bang happened.
How else could she and I have the same precise tastes and likes unless we were part of the same Singularity/Big Bang 13.1 billion years ago?
It ain't rocket surgery.
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We use this one. Kids love it!
Posted by: Fred | Oct 13, 2012 12:00:24 AM
I briefly switched to Close-up a few years ago (according to Wikipedia, "it is the first gel toothpaste in the world" - I did not know that) when I was bored with U-B, and it performed adequately, but the siren abrasiveness of Ultra-Bite (never "Ultrabrite") always calls me back. The dental hygienist I had at the time marveled at the spanking, you-could-even-eat-off-them, plaque-free whistle-cleanness of my teeth and when she questioned me as to my toothpaste brand, she said, "Well of COURSE it gets your teeth really clean - it's the most abrasive brand there is!" I reminded her that every tooth in my head except the bottom front 6 had a crown on it, and how could that affect the actual tooth material of those hardest-working molars? She had no answer. Hmph. I think some people don't trust a paste that they only have to spend $1.10 for (at my local Kroger), when they can buy one that shines, polishes, firms, tightens, whitens, lightens, has little particles suspended in it, and prevents things but your teeth still feel hairy after you use it, for $4.98.
Posted by: Flautist | Oct 11, 2012 7:32:10 PM
My wife cuts the tube in two to get the last of its contents. This looks like a less messy solution.
Posted by: antares | Oct 11, 2012 5:57:52 PM
Count me in as another Ultra-Bite© user! Glad you liked the goodie.
Posted by: jim` | Oct 11, 2012 1:38:50 PM
Good shot with the cat yawning. I've only had two lousy shots of my cat yawning.
Posted by: Bubbub | Oct 11, 2012 1:15:55 PM
Joe & Flautist: twins separated as big-bang ejecta. There is a quantum connection!
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Oct 11, 2012 9:49:56 AM
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