Every item bought these days has one of these hidden somewhere. Did you ever ask yourself how tiny bags full of silica gel beads manage to preserve so much moisture and keep our things fresh and dry? In fact, did you ever stop in your day to ask yourself what exactly these little sachets were, to begin with? Nope, neither did we.
These magical silica beads can preserve up to 50% of the product’s moisture, so next time it gets too humid and too sticky, use a silica gel pack and let it do its wonders. It’s pretty genius stuff.
Soda Bottle Cap Platic Liner
What can be worse than a flat soda? Opening a bottle of a cold fizzy beverage is something we do almost daily, but experiencing the opening of a flat one is something that we quickly want to forget. You can't have a can of Coke that doesn't have that fizz that is so soothing and comforting. It's just not ideal.
The plastic liner inserted into each fizzy beverage cap ensures that unpleasant moments don't happen again. It traps carbon dioxide because, without it, the gas would be free to evaporate. It's one of those small things in life that make a big difference.
Finger Covers by Shengo
Ah, Cheetos. The greatest human development. When aliens visit and aim their proton-eviscerators at us, only Cheetos will save our civilization. But, the little guys can be messy. Thanks to the Finger Covers by Shengo, you can now enjoy your favorite chips and snacks without the unpleasant feeling of dust and flavoring on your fingers.
For just ten dollars you can get a pack of fifteen silicone finger protectors. Keep your fingers clean and fresh for working on your computer or doing anything else, and run these protectors under the faucet to clean them off once you are finally done.
For those of us who don't have 20/20 vision, we know the struggle of wearing glasses. If they aren't ruining your outfit, they're falling off your face or constantly getting smudged. They can be quite inconvenient when push comes to shove. But it doesn't have to be this way.
Contact lenses are the answer to all our spectacle woes. They give wearers all the freedoms of a non-spectacle life with the benefits of a 20/20 vision! While they exist in their current form since 1959, there have been different versions of them since 1508, when Leonardo da Vinci laid the foundations for them in his research.
Loops on Grocery Carts
Have you ever stopped and taken a moment to examine the design of a grocery cart? In the hustle and bustle world we live in, you probably haven't. Sure, they seem to be quite mundane items that simply help you transport shopping goods around the store. But there is more to it than that. Take a look at the picture.
See those metal loops that jut out of the fold-out section of carts? This protects the products in your cart. You can use the loops to hang plastic bags that are carrying breakable items like eggs and soft items like bread that you don’t want to get squashed by heavier items.