One Dozen Uses for MyMix2Go
Finding the perfect food grade, BPA free, dishwasher-safe container may sound like a task more impossible than squeezing 10 six-foot tall men into a Volkswagen Beetle, but its not. MyMix2Go, the kid friendly, pet friendly, mother-in-law friendly, Olympic athlete-friendly container that has it all and more when it comes to click-and-go containers. Below is a list of a dozen ideas about how to safely travel with this cap and cup life-saver. Maybe not “life” saving, but it sure fits the bill for stuffing “stuff” to meet all your personal needs from A to Z.
- Supplement Powder mixes in bulk are just that, “bulky” to lug around. Pour them into MyMix2Go and you’ll save time and money.
- Powdered Milk to tote around for your coffee. Use MyMix2Go when you go hiking and camping and you’ll never be without milk again.
- Baby Formula is expensive to waste so don’t leave it to chance when you’re away from home.
- Snacks are kept fresh and are easy to tote. Take your Cheerios, Cheetos and crackers everywhere you go.
- Dog or Cat Food for when you take your furry friend on vacation.
- Powdered Peanut Butter. Sprinkle the protein-rich powder on everything but keep it from spilling inside the MyMix2Go container.
- Kale Powder for the ultimate healthy shaker of healthy living.
- Cacao Powder to sprinkle over fruit or yogurt or anything that needs chocolate power.
- Chia Seeds to mix in your oatmeal and smoothies on the go.
- Cricket Powder... yes, its made from crickets and is packed with protein to enrich but not “gross out” the user.
- Q-tips, Cotton Balls, Make-up Sponges and any other beauty/hygienic product that you might need on-the-go.
- Condoms (in wrappers). Self-explanatory.
- BONUS... you can put your weed in it.
MyMix2Go holds 75 cubic centimeters of product in the bottom half on the container, which equates to safely storing 120 cubic centimeters of powder or “stuff”. If MyMix2Go drops in the pool or bathroom sink, don’t worry, it’s water resistant just as long as you screw the cap on tight and wait to hear it click. That’s the sound of security.