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Teflon Lipped Pitcher

To keep water from sticking to glass pitchers.
 
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Water sticks to glass pitchers and glass coffee pots allowing liquids to miss their intended targets. This problem can also occur with plastic and metal pitchers at shallower angles.
sartep, May 29 2003

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       I think it would introduce an even greater proclivity for the liquid to adhere to the lip than a rough surface.
bristolz, May 29 2003
  

       If that's the case, bristolz, wouldn't chewing tobacco & it's associated "juice" be even likelier to stick to a pitcher's lips?
thumbwax, May 29 2003
  

       Glass ewers have no lips. So, no.
bristolz, May 29 2003
  

       I've seen a baseball pitcher named Glass, and I distinctly recall that he had lips. So, yes.
thumbwax, May 29 2003
  

       I've heard of pitchers with glass elbows, but not glass lips.   

       But getting back to the idea, if the problem also occurs with plastic pitchers, then teflon ain't gonna help on the glass ones.
DrCurry, May 29 2003
  
      
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