TIL All prescription medicinal bottle caps with a push button child lock can be inverted to a non-child like screw-top! by whatilearned June 24, 2022, 2:07 am Read more: https://bestlifeonline.com/prescription-bottle-cap/ What do you think? 7 Points Upvote Downvote bottlebuttoncapschildinvertedlockmedicinalnonchildprescriptionPushscrewtopTILToday I learned See more Previous article What do you want to get off your chest today? Next article A panda walks into a restaurant… 12 Comments Leave a Reply I’ve been on prescription medication for almost 20 years and I’ve never had a bottle like that. It is interesting and cool wish my caps did that Log in to Reply LPT: don’t use the word *all* unless you’re really sure about something. Log in to Reply I don’t believe the one in the top image used for this post will do that. Log in to Reply Username checks out Log in to Reply The ones that don’t appear to be able to (especially CVS), you have to pop the opaque part off to reveal the translucent non child proof portion. Log in to Reply I just reaffirmed my mom’s thought that I’m a complete weirdo as I charged into her room asking where she keeps her pills, definitely caught her off guard and made her concerned Log in to Reply And you can stick two bottles together with one cap. Log in to Reply I don’t know if this is true, but the ones I’ve gotten with the PUSH BUTTON on the side can always be inverted. All the other caps don’t have that feature. Log in to Reply When child proof caps are out, my grandmother would hand them to my 4 year old brother because she couldn’t open them, but he could Log in to Reply I had to click the link to see what the title was trying to say. That’s not even a push button child lock cap in the picture attached to the post. [THIS](https://www.usplastic.com/catalog/images/products/Bottles/400/81848psku.jpg) is every child proof cap on medicine (OTC or prescription) I’ve had. Jam a screwdriver in the gap between the inner & outer lids to separate them and you don’t have child proof caps anymore. Log in to Reply Walgreens uses that kind of bottle top — CVS does not. Log in to Reply Throwback!! I learned this back in high school; sold pot out of Darth Mauls lightsaber after that until I started using Mason jars 🤣 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.