Introduction: How to Get the Last Drop Out of Chocolate Syrup Bottles

Don't you hate how you can never get all of the chocolate syrup in these annoying bottles? Well not anymore. With this handy tip you can use all the chocolate syrup to enjoy a nice glass of chocolate milk.

Step 1: How To:

To get the last drop, simply pour in some milk into the bottle, give it a good shake for about 10-15 seconds. Afterwards, squeeze it out into a cup and enjoy!

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ProtectTheAlphaWolf (author)2016-07-28

when do you get on instructables?

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Since the summer of 2011. Why?

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DarkOwlProductions (author)2015-11-08

I should try this. (Hi, again! What've you been up to?)

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Yeah, well nothing really. I'd like to say I'm too busy to build but in reality I've had no inspiration to build anything. How about yourself?

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I am too busy to build because I took way too many classes. I'm trying to find time, though, and I have many projects that slowly but surely are getting completed. I'm sure it's not hard for you to guess what they are: perfect energy transfer, vertical and oodammo sidearm, perfect TD-style sidearm.

I've been doing good in terms of just being, too. How about you?

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Very interesting. Looking forward to seeing those. But as of now I'm waiting for BM to post his most recent gun because I plan on building that. But no personal projects of my own.

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pfred2 (author)2015-04-02

Yup, I guessed it. Pour milk into the syrup bottle. You can also leave the bottle closed, yet upside down. The syrup will drain down eventually.

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didexo (author)pfred22015-04-02

Yes, I suppose you could do that as well.

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pfred2 (author)didexo2015-04-02

I got in on a closeout special of some Hershey's dark chocolate syrup. That stuff was so thick I had to leave the bottles upside down when I was using them. They started giving me a hard time at about half empty. That stuff was so good though!

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didexo (author)pfred22015-04-03

Sounds really good!

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Cool! Homemade chocolate milk! ;D

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nancyjohns (author)2015-04-02

You could cut the bottle in half so you have flat pieces and then use a spatula to get the rest out. Or, you could turn it upside down and run hot water over it.

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didexo (author)nancyjohns2015-04-02

Or that. I find this method quite effective though. however, you can really only use it for making chocolate milk.

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ellistiffani (author)2015-04-01

Why have I never thought of this?

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didexo (author)ellistiffani2015-04-01

Yes it is quite handy!

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benbo11 (author)2015-04-01

Great idea!

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didexo (author)benbo112015-04-01

Thanks!

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