The Delphi glass-blowing company says it has a new product, called Delphi Glass, that allows you to blow away glass that has fallen from the ceiling.
Glassblowing is a process in which glass breaks off from objects, and if you have a hard time removing it, the glass will eventually fall into the garbage.
Delphi Glass allows you the ability to quickly clean the glass with a little water, then toss it back in the trash.
“The Delphi process creates a glass that’s virtually indestructible, so it’s really good for cleaning and the environment,” Delphi spokesperson John McWilliams told The Hill.
The company said the company has seen its product make the rounds on social media.
In the past, the company said it has been tested on people’s homes, but has not yet tested the process on people who are using the company’s service.
This time around, the Glass has the ability for the user to pick up the glass, dump it, and throw it back into the trash, McWilliams said.
You can check out the product in action in the video below.
“It’s just a new way to do it that’s more efficient than using paper towels or paper towels and just a bit of sandpaper,” he said.
“And the only real problem is that we don’t have the resources to do all of the cleaning and sanitization in the home, so we’re trying to do things like using the [Delphi] service to make the process more efficient.”
Glassblowing companies are trying to address a problem they say is endemic in homes.
Many homes are built with windows and doors that are hard to break open, and the result is often a mess of broken glass and other debris.
Glass is also a problem in the homes of people who have dementia or dementia-related conditions, and is often an impediment to the quality of life of those who need it.
According to a 2016 study, only about one-third of the world’s population has been able to walk from home to work in their own homes.