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No, Alan. The cap would be the same cap as for the upper part of the plastic bottle. The plastic bottle top portion would be cut just like as for yours. The problem, as I see it, would be to keep the fizz sealed in the unit. Any ideas on how the top portion could be sealed to the pop can. The pop can could either aluminum or steel. With your idea the seal is created by hardening of the paint.My thought is the whole top portion be injection molded of a stretchable plastic, like polyurethane, and stretched over the pop can like a rubber band.The top would be threaded and would receive the threaded cap for a tight seal.You might think that they already have a plastic, 12 ounce plastic bottle that is capped for later use. The thing is that cans of pop are much cheaper than the throwaway plastic bottles.
Why not use this topper for pop cans where you drink a portion and save the rest for later. The seal would have to be tight to save the fizz.
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