I love single serving products. I like it when I eat at a fancy place for lunch and get one of those special wrapped single serving ketchup containers. Once, I got a ketchup, mayo, and mustard with room service. Seriously. Then I squealed with joy and shoved them into my bag as a "souvenir" while Dan pointed out he may want to use some of it. Too bad buster, enjoy your dry sandwich. I can be really mean about the single serving products. Don't even get me started with the hotel bath products.
Needless to say, when I saw that GE came out with Caulk Singles I was really excited. I wanted to see it closer. I can't tell you how many crappy apartments where I lived and re-caulked the bathroom tub only to throw out half a container (because it doesn't keep well). I mean, who needs it all? I got a free sample (I got it from their website, but it looks like there are only offering t a 25% off coupon now) to check it out. My concern was, how does it work, is there precision to it. You simply tear off the top, which makes it a point, and squeeze using the cardboard pre-scored back of the package. They should show the back part with the cardboard more so people don't think they have to wrangle it out of a Capri-Sun-style pack (because who hasn't squirted juice on themselves from one of those?).
I am sure I will have a project for it soon. I might even be able to use it in Part II of the water fountain. In the meantime I enjoy having its cuteness in my toolbox. (See, I AM a girl!)