If you’ve ever seen the popular movie, “Cinderella,” you might be familiar with the title character, who was a princess.
In the film, the heroine has a fizzy filling machine.
If she’s thirsty, she pops a couple of spoons into a bottle, and the machine turns the liquid into a fizzy cocktail.
That sounds pretty cool, right?
Well, according to a recent patent filing, the same filling machine can also be used to make sparkling water.
The patent shows how the fizzy water is poured into a soda can or jug, which is then filled with a sugar cube and filled with the soda.
After that, the sugary cube is added to a glass or other container.
The drinker can then add whatever fruit or other condiment she wants, like strawberries or cream.
When you’re thirsty, you fill the container with the fizz, pour in the sugar cube, then add the fruit, and voila!
The soda is fizzed, bubbly, and sparkling.
The process is relatively simple, but it’s quite expensive.
So, how does it work?
The filling machine has an internal filter that filters out the fiercest ingredients.
In this case, the filter is a ceramic disc.
The disc can be made out of plastic, metal, or even ceramic, but the process is more expensive.
The filter can be purchased for around $25.
So if you want to use the filling machine for cheap, you’ll need to spend around $20 to make it.
The device itself isn’t too bad, but there are some drawbacks, like how the suction can be a bit forceful.
But the best part of this whole process is that you don’t need to use a fancy machine, because you can just use a disposable soda can.
This is just one example of how the filling machines can be used.
There are a number of similar technologies, but one of the most intriguing ones is a simple water-bottle dispenser.
There is a device that allows a beverage to be filled and dispensed by simply pressing a button.
This is similar to how you would use a regular bottle opener, and it’s a lot simpler to use.
There’s even an app that allows you to control the process with a smartphone app.
While these devices are still in their infancy, they have a number cool applications.
One of the coolest is that the bottles are able to absorb heat, so you don\’t need to worry about keeping your hands warm.
Another is that this can potentially reduce your carbon footprint.
You don’t have to buy a fancy bottle opener or a soda dispenser, you can simply refill the bottles with water.