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cap knife

a knife built in to the cap of condiments jars
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I hate washing out a knife every time I need condiments, even penut butter and jelly. Why cant they make a knife built into the cap you dont need to wash it off cause it will be going right back into the same jar. It could be plastic or metal. Remeber the paste jars in school, it would be exactly like that. I know there is squeezable stuff out, but still there is alot of stuff that comes in jars. For pickle jars put a fork instead of a knife. Less dirty dishes and a time saver! I want part of the money if someone takes this idea, I'm getting sick of eating pb&j sandwiches:-)
nuttyideas, Nov 01 2002

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       Along the lines of those crappy "acid" brushes attached to the lids of rubber cement?
bristolz, Nov 01 2002
  

       Baked, I believe. (I have seen spreaders hanging from the lids of peanut butter jars, anyway, which sounds like what you want.)
DrCurry, Nov 01 2002
  

       [admin: removed quotes around title]
st3f, Nov 21 2002
  


 

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