A Hole In Toothpaste Tubes Helps Users ‘Push’ Out Toothpaste Easily
This is a problem everyone encounters—it’s hard to squeeze out that last ounce of toothpaste once the tube starts to empty, so the students of Dankook University have come up with a solution.
These students have redesigned toothpaste tubes with a hole in them, allowing users to twirl them with their finger so that the centrifugal force generated will push the toothpaste closer to the cap.
This simple yet ingenious solution certainly makes getting ready in the morning more fun.
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[via Yanko Design]
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