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    **Stage** Ideation
    **Project Need** Agility / Dexterity, Mobility, Other, Pain
    **Created By** MARIA SAN JOSE
    **Capabilities Needed** 3D Printing
    **Time to Complete** —
    **Cost to Build** —
    **Creative Commons License** cc0-1-0-universal

    It holds the bottle or container still so that you have leverage when trying to open them.

    [Click here for more information](https://makersmakingchange.com/project/bottle-stabilizer/)


    Hi Maria! I’m interested in making this project a reality. I’m a product designer. I was taking a look at the bottle stabilizer and it looks like it is glued to the desk. Do you think using some sort of 3M adhesive is enough or would you rather screw the product to the table?


    Hey Vicente,

    Glad to hear you’re interested in working on this project. I’m not sure if Maria will see this or not, since the Forum is newer than the original request.

    The Amazon listing for the commercial product (https://www.amazon.com/The-Wright-Stuff-SoloGrip-One-Handed/dp/B00EQDOOV8, ~$40) says it has a 0.5″ diameter rubber pad in each of the four corners. I would think that you would want something similar so this can be positioned on the counter when needed and put away afterwards.

    One of the products that is often used to provide a temporary non-slip surface is Dycem. (e.g. https://www.amazon.com/Dycem-Non-Slip-Material-Forest-Green/dp/B002WQ7AB2, $20 for a 3 ft roll) It is fairly expensive, so may not be the best option here to keep the DIY version cheaper than the commercial version.

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