The DipClip is a answer to all the ketchup-covered problems 

Photo: Milkmen Design

I eat quick food some-more than we like to admit. we expostulate a lot—to revisit my wife’s family in Michigan, to eat cheese in Milwaukee for a weekend, or to see my family who now live in Chicago’s southwest ’burbs.

Sure, we try to enclosure healthy snacks for a automobile ride. We eat a lot of those protein boxes from Starbucks (don’t decider me). But sometimes, we need McDonald’s breakfast and I’m not even touching those crush browns though ketchup.


In a newcomer seat, my mother smoothly handles a crush brown, cloaking it in ketchup while customarily drizzling some on her pants, afterwards hands a greasy, ketchup-covered potato to me, where we fundamentally get it all over myself.

It’s a diversion we play again and again. But now, there’s a resolution to this horrific problem: a DipClip.

This is really one of those “why a ruin didn’t we consider of that” creations that has lifted some-more than $38,000 on Kickstarter.

Here’s a sales representation from a designers, who disagree that struggling to drop your nuggets or crush browns while pushing is not usually annoying—it’s dangerous! They wish us to “practice protected sauce.” we mean, you’re already perplexing to content with one hand, lift adult Lizzo on Spotify with a other and spasmodic demeanour during a road!


“At Milkmen Design we trust that dipping salsas were done to go with nuggets and fries,” a Kickstarter page reads. “For generations, humans had to select between creation a disaster in their automobile or immoderate bland, sauce-free food. We were sleepy of station by idly as a ideal kinship of fries and nuggets, and a changed salsas that enrich them, grew strained. So we combined a DipClip to correct this relationship, reuniting ketchup with french fry, gob with BBQ, and so on.”

Here’s how it works: there’s a “universal mount” that can fasten on to any car’s atmosphere vent. So yeah, maybe equivocate blue cheese if we don’t wish your automobile to smell like donkey after your snack. The shave itself is sized to fit roughly any salsa container.

Photo: Milkmen Design

The association says it’s been tested for McDonald’s, Burger King, Chick-fil-A, Wendy’s, KFC, Dairy Queen, Jack in a Box, Arby’s, Popeye’s, Sonic, Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s, and Heinz packets.

As for those small ketchup packets we get with your crush browns, we can usually eruption that shit into a cosmetic ramekin that comes with a Clip.

So far, we can usually get a DipClip if we present to a company’s Kickstarter debate (get dual clips for $15) and no word nonetheless on when they’re shipping.

I have a feeling I’ll see these on a Bed Bath and Beyond bonus shelf in a year or so, or find one underneath my automobile chair lonesome in gummy grill salsa excess (I already told y’all I’m gross), though good on this association for anticipating a resolution to a truly American quick food problem.

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