Howdy, what's a secure yet non-bulky way to carry small quantities of lubricants, oils, and solvents? I'm thinking stuff like CorrosionX or WD40 which worms its way out of most containers. I often wish I had such things with me for lubricating squeaky parts, protecting tools against rust, etc., but I don't want to or need to carry an ounce or even half an ounce for the small tasks I regularly encounter (plus I wouldn't have to room anyway). The goals are a tight seal and low overhead (weight, physical size, etc.). One idea: do drinking straws work in impulse sealing machines like FoodSavers? I could then carry just a few drops at a time, and make new packets relatively easily. I don't want to end up with a burnt and melted mess in our FoodSaver though, and some of these liquids are flammable to begin with. Thanks!