The Expandable Container is used for the distribution and sale of concentrated liquids that require the consumer to add water.
Inventor Walter R. Talgo of Knoxville, TN has created a container used for the distribution and sale of concentrated liquids that require the consumer to add water.
There are a wide variety of liquid products that are sold in a concentrated state. They require the user to add an additional amount of water, usually in a 1:1 ratio. This practice allows for cost savings on adding the water ahead of time, and then having to pay to ship it as well as take up additional space on retail shelves. Unfortunately, the task of adding water after purchase leads to frustration on the part of the user. First, one must find another larger container to use for mixing the water and product together. Second, another container may be necessary for storing any unused product afterward. Third, the mixing process itself is often messy. Finally, it is easy to add too much, or not enough water resulting in an inferior final product. Inventor Talgo has created a means by which concentrated liquids can be easily bottled, transported, and sold in an effort to address these issues.
This clever new invention reduces the risk of adding too much or not enough water. No mess or fuss! The invention uses less retail shelf space and saves money for both manufacturer and consumer. It finds use with anti-freeze, soaps, cleaning products, foods, and more. The use of the Expandable Container allows one to purchase, mix, and use concentrated liquid products in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.