Video: The shampoo bottle that doesn’t waste a drop

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Scientists have come up with a nifty solution to the ultimate ‘first world problem’ - getting the last drop out of a shampoo bottle.

The impressive innovation allows soapy products to flow through bottles better, meaning that even the very end of a bottle can be reached. The idea was put to scientists by manufacturers as they look for cheap, effective and environmentally friendly packaging. Engineers Bharat Bhushan and Philip Brown Ohio State University used the the lining of the bottle to create tiny air pockets so that the soap never actually touches the inside of the bottle.


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