This product is a small plastic vial with screw cap, in which a piece of chemically saturated folded felt is packed. When the screw cap is removed, this wet piece of felt extends up and above the top opening of the vial, so that the plastic container serves as an applicator when the screw cap is removed.
The product is designed as a quick and easy lens cleaner for eye glasses and to use it, you simply remove the cap, dab the wet felt lightly on each side of the eye glass lens and then polish off with a handkerchief or tissue. It not only cleans the lens with a sparkling clarity but it also retards fogging of the lens under certain conditions of heat and cold.
Another feature is its long lasting effect, so convincingly demonstrated by suggesting that the customer or prospect smear a LENZ-BRITE cleaned lens with his finger and then polish off with his handkerchief, without further application of the cleaner. This feature makes one application last all day long.
The product is simple to make - all that is needed is your vial which may be plastic or glass, the felt or any absorbent substance that will hold the non-drying cleaning solution and the solution itself. The absorbent substance may be felt, synthetic sponge, cotton wicking, or even a piece of cloth rolled up to fit the small container or dispenser.
Ethylene Glycol . . . . . . . . 8 parts Wetting Agent . . . . . . . . . 1 part Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 parts
Mix the wetting agent in the water and then stir in the Ethylene Glycol. We have given the units as "PARTS". You may consider the parts as drams, ounces, pints, quarts or gallons according to size batch you wish to make.
As explained previously, other substances may be used in treating any substance with this solution; simply immerse the felt in the solution and allow to remain until it is completely saturated with the liquid. Wring out only lightly and then insert the treated felts in small vials or containers. One concern uses a strip of felt folded and inserted in the vial, so the folded edge protrudes above the opening of the vial, the fold being the point of application to the lens.
Give your product an appropriate name. Beneath the name, state "Long Lasting Lens Cleaner" or "Instant Lens Cleaner". DIRECTIONS: Dab a small spot of (name) to each side of lens. Polish with handkerchief or tissue. Will not scratch. Will NOT evaporate. LASTS FOR ONE YEAR. Mfg. by:
These vials or containers are put up TWELVE to a display card, with an EXTRA VIAL inserted separately on the card, suggesting that the prospective customer TRY IT ON HIS OWN EYEGLASSES before he buys it. This is a convincing demonstration that helps to sell.
The product retails for $1.00 paying a very liberal profit and your initial offer to salesmen and agents can offer them TWO samples for $1.00, suggesting that they sell one and get their dollar back and use the other to prove that this is the money maker they have been waiting for.
You can also offer a trial display card holding thirteen vials (Twelve to sell and one as the demonstrator) for $5.00 and in larger quantities at the following prices: 3 dozen at $4.55 per dozen; 12 dozen at $3.90 per dozen; 24 dozen at $3.25 per dozen.
(name) is a handy little gadget with sales appeal plus to every man and woman who wears glasses -- with profits galore for the man who sells it. Just unscrew the cap, apply a small spot of (name) to each glass, wipe dry with handkerchief or tissue and Presto! A sparkling clear lens that stays that way ALL DAY without any fogging form heat or cold. No water - no soap - no mess - no fuss. Just carry in pocket or purse - always handy - always ready to use.
Mix together 5 parts oil of rhodium and 2 parts oil of cumin.
To do this you must place the glass under water completely, then with a pair of ordinary scissors, proceed to cut the glass as you would paper or cloth. This method is, of course, not as smooth as job as the methods described above.
In order to prepare a foam of given density, thoroughly mix Polylite 8601 with the necessary amount of Catalyst R1 and water.
This is the age of plastics! One of the most amazing developments in this age of wonders . . . NEW developments and discoveries are constantly being made in the plastic field. Here is a truly rich field for experimentation.
Almost everyone has a box of sparkling old buttons from Grandma's sewing chest to marvel at, or set of dominoes, checkers or mah-jongg pieces rescued from a flea market.
This new mold material is much superior to ordinary gelatin (mold glue) and is very easily made. It does not shrink or dry out like ordinary casting gelatins.
Use 15 gallon plastic garbage can with clip on lid. You need:
This plastic is particularly adaptable for making molds and light castings requiring tensile strength but very clear outline. It may also be used for making ornaments and novelties. However, as this is flammable, do not use for ashtrays.
If you enjoy sitting around your fireplace and watching colorful flames dance, you'll be happy to know you can color your own flames quite cheaply. Basically, there are three methods of coloring fireplace flames.
Nitrate of Silver (pure) . . . . . . . . 40 grains Nitrate of Silver (pure) . . . . . . . . 32 grains Distilled Water . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 pint Ammonia, 26% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To be used as directed.