If you're like most people, you have a variety of tube products in your household. They can range from food items, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, lotions, glues, caulks, gels and of course toothpaste. We all know that no matter how carefully you squeeze, pinch or roll a tube it's nearly impossible to get everything out of them. In fact, you can waste up to 20% from these expensive products.
The question you're thinking, "Is it worth it to buy a BigSqueeze tube squeezer?" How many tubes will I have to use before I've paid off my initial investment and start saving money.
Here are three cost saving examples using the assumption of saving 15% per tube over a year:
Household of Two People
- 6 Tomato Paste Tubes @ $3 Each = $2.70
- 12 Hair Conditioner Tubes @ $7 Each = $12.60
- 2 Prescription Ointment Tubes @ $30 Each = $9.00
- 4 Moisturizer Tubes @ $10 Each = $12.00
- 3 Hair Gel Tubes @ $8 Each = $3.60
- 8 Cosmetics Tubes @ $15 Each = $18.00
- 2 Glue Tubes @ $6 Each = $1.80
- 4 Caulk Tubes @ $5 = $3.00
- 4 Sunscreen Tubes @ $15 = $9.00
- 12 Toothpaste Tubes @ $4 = $7.20
- 15 Miscellaneous Tubes @ $5 Average = $11.25
Total Savings = $90
Artist that uses Oil Paints
Annual Paint Usage = $3000
Total Savings = $450
Annual Hair Dye Usage = $20,000
Total Savings = $3000
As you can see from these examples that the BigSqueeze tube squeezer can save you a lot of money depending how often you use it and the cost of the product you're purchasing. These are conservative estimates. Not only can you save more money but you also waste less valuable time struggling with your tubes.