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Large-mouth water bottles are great when you're filling them up, but not so much when you try drinking out of them, especially if you're moving. The ...
1. Large-mouth Bottle (with opening size close to but not exceeding that of a soda can top) 2. Tin Snips 3. Empty Soda Can
Use the tin snips to cut into the can then to the top. Cut along the edge of the top to remove as much of the can body as possible.
Break off the tab and dangling piece that once covered the opening of the can.
Use the tin snips to cut a notch (a few millimeters wide) in the edge of the can top. This allows the top to fit into the bottle.
Place the soda can top on the opening of the bottle and gently push in evenly. The edges of the notch should bend down and meet. Now, enjoy your bev...
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