Roland Dürre
Sunday April 7th, 2013

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  1. Chris Wood (Tuesday April 9th, 2013)

    I have occasionally used a nasal spray for the night, to avoid waking with a dry throat. There used to be little flexible plastic bottles, with a tiny hole in the top. If one shakes the bottle, a drop of fluid sticks to the hole. Then when the bottle is squeezed a bit, this drop becomes a spray.
    It was easy to add a little water to the fluid, which was too concentrated for me. Then I found that just water did the job unless I had a real cold.

    These were replaced by tiny glass bottles either with a complex plastic spraying mechanism, or with a rubber/glass syringe with which one could drip the fluid into the nose, (always too much, and the syringe did not pick up the last fluid in the little bottle).
    With these bottles one could still dilute the fluid, but not so easily.
    But then the design changed so that the spray mechanism could not be removed to add water.
    Now I just wake up with a dry throat.

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