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Product Tube Saving Hack

Product Tube Saving Hack that they don’t want you to know about. Generally when we can no longer get any product out we throw it away … but wait! Did you know there’s still a lot more inside these tubes! #hack

Product Tube Saving Hack

Product Tube Saving Hack that they don’t want you to know about. Generally when we can no longer get any product out we throw it away … but wait! Did you know there’s still a lot more inside these tubes! #hack

It’s a simple thing to do too!

As the picture shows just cut it in half.

As you can see with this muscle cream tube still has a lot of product inside! You can put the cut tubes in a sealed bowl or a zip lock bag.

The manufacturers don’t want you to know this so you will buy your next tube sooner. When in fact it has a lot more life inside!

This works with bottles too, if you are able to carefully cut them too, you’d see much more product inside.

Some items in tubes

  • Muscle cream
  • Hydrocortisone
  • Diaper cream
  • Tooth paste
  • Icing
  • Many more

With the cost of everything increasing, might as well try to get the most of all the product inside and not throw it away!

Remember you’ve got plenty of product still inside of it to continue to use it and get your full moneys worth aa we most often just throw this away. Yeah I know Cheapskate hack but it works.


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