I don’t about you but I have never finished a Chapstick before it is used up. Those tubes always seem to disappear half used and I need to buy another. At the end of this cold weather season I realized the Chapstick I was using stopped pushing up that little beeswax stick. Time for an investigation.
First I cleaned out the stuff I smear on my lips. Not going to discuss the composition of that material. You can do a deep dive on the internet to make your own, but never mind that. What I found was a little tray on which the material rested.
Next I pried out that little tray. You can see here that it rested on a worm drive stick that raised and lowered that goo for the lips. Time to take a closer look at that device.
And there you have it. All the component parts of a Chapstick tube. All taken apart and exposed for what it really is.
I have too much time on my hands, don’t I? Gee, I wonder what else I can find to tear apart. This might be fun.
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4 thoughts on “Chapstick EXPOSED! (or at least opened up)”
How about a Pez container!
That sounds like a challenge!
This is hilarious!
Very glad you enjoyed it…