Imagine the time, food and stress people would save if all condiments came out as smooth as they did if they packaged in bottles with LiquiGlide coating. This technology is made possible by MIT engineers who have spent the last two months obsessing over this non-stick, but sure-to-stay idea.
With the LiquiGlide coating sprayed into the inside of bottles, any one of your desired condiments -- be it jam, jelly, mayo, ketchup, sweet and sour sauce, hot sauce, BBQ sauce (you get the idea) -- will slide out in a silky smooth fashion. The difference between using coated bottles and non-coated bottles is conveniently compared in video demonstrations made by the MIT team.
LiquiGlide won second place at the MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition and took home the 'Audience's Favourite' award. The LiquiGlide coating is a non-flashy concept that shows that the world does not have to be technology-heavy for it to run a little smoother.
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