#495 – Squeezing Made Easy

shampooconditioner (Small)If you don’t want to install one of these in your shower stall, there’s an easier, more economical solution to those hard-to-squeeze shampoo and conditioner bottles.

Refill one of the following: a shampoo and conditioner bottle that you know you can squeeze, a small water bottle, a dish detergent bottle, or pick up two empty travel bottles from your pharmacy or grocery store. Test them to make sure that they are made of soft, squeezeable plastic.

You may need to enlist the help of a friend or family member to help you decant your shampoo and conditioner into the new bottles.

You’ll be singing in the shower as you wash your way to squeaky-clean hair.

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