Here’s the latest addition to my Falls photo collection. These are all aerosol cans I’ve come across in the last several months and photographed. It’s interesting to me to see what kinds of things need to be pressurized in a convenient throw away container. As you will see…it ranges from food to poison.
Let’s start with something that’s light and edible! Whipped cream is always popular as a topping for various desserts!
If cream hangs around long enough it may eventually become cheese! You can spray these on your crackers and bread.
I wonder if the contents are really worth screaming about?
If you are stuck on the road with a flat tire…you can try this. A friend of mine trying a similar product said it worked. Anyway, there’s more than few dead tires still hanging around the Falls.
Here’s another automotive product in a pressurized can…it’s deep penetrating foam cleaner.
And now, for another fine automotive care product with a colorful name.
In the constant front line war against insects and other unlikable arthropods come these tools. First, a broad spectrum insecticide…
…and one targeted to the mosquitoes who seem to thrive wherever people call home.
Here are a few cans who pressurized contents are designed to improve the quality and freshness of the air. In this valley, we need lots of these.
To keep the air under your armpits fresh and dry…you can try this.
If your carpets are starting to look and smell pet worn, try this product kept fresh by adding snow and ice.
After studying this can, I’m still not sure what you do with this product?
Considering how popular graffiti art is in this area, I’m surprised that I haven’t come across more garden variety spray paint cans.
I guess I never considered what to use to clean my silk flowers before. Now I know and that there is a commercial need for this product.
I don’t know what this is too! I think it saying “bonus size” caught my attention and camera.
I can remember when filling one’s cigarette lighter with butane was an improvement over using a regular lighter with lighter fluid.
This should maybe be placed with the other poisons meant to destroy the other forms of smaller life on this planet.
Hey, it’s not a party until the “Goofy String” shows up! This is a more economical alternative to the better know “Silly String”. I’ll try to add more interesting cans as they show up at the Falls of the Ohio.