July 26, 2017

Local Inventor gets more toothpaste out of the tube

Sometimes the best ideas are the simplest right? That’s Vancouver inventor Gary Peterson is banking on with a new invention that was recently covered in the local news.

Gary is the inventor of The Roll-It, a small device designed to coax that last little bit of toothpaste out of the tube. It can also be used for medicines, glue and similar products. The Roll-It is being manufactured at 3D Plastics in Newberg and sells for $1.49, according to an article on KGW.com.

Even though it’s not the first of its kind, Gary thinks it’s the best and will get the most product out of the tube. You can read more about his invention here:

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