The 2 in 1 Squeezable Bottle is unique and holds two separate liquid or semi-liquid products in one convenient plastic container.
New York, NY, October 23, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Many products naturally go together, such as ketchup and mustard, shampoo and conditioner, and detergent and fabric softener. Now, there is a specially designed bottle container that is configured to hold two separate liquid or semi-liquid products – the 2 in 1 Squeezable Bottle. The 2 in 1 Squeezable Bottle lets one purchase two different products that are packaged within one unit. This highly versatile container can be used by manufacturers of a virtually limitless array of liquid or semi-liquid products as a clever packaging enhancement. It can be sold directly to consumers as an empty, reusable container that can be filled with any desired liquid or semi-liquid.
The Patent Pending 2 in 1 Squeezable Bottle was invented by Daniel Boctor of Glendale, CA, who said, “Fabricated of a flexible, plastic material, the 2 in 1 Squeezable Bottle is similar in appearance to traditional dispenser bottles and can be produced in varying sizes between 16 and 40 fluid ounces. A plastic partition divides the bottle in half, creating two separate, isolated chambers for containing various products. A clever, rotating pullout nozzle assembly at the top of the bottle gives easy access to the contents of the bottle, opening each side individually or at the same time.”
"These refillable bottles can be used for almost any combination of liquids completely dependent upon the requirements of the user. They work perfectly."
Daniel Boctor, Inventor
The inventor added, “These refillable bottles can be used for almost any combination of liquids. Some examples include, but not limited to: ketchup and mustard; bbq sauce and hot sauce; mayonnaise and salad dressing; shampoo and conditioner; vitamin water and protein mix; and hair gel and body lotion. Other combinations can be epoxy hardener and resin; polish and wax; window and surface cleaners; detergent and fabric softener; and separate air freshener fragrances. The possibilities are almost infinite.”
EDITOR’S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107 New York, NY 10123. Tel: 212-620-2629
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