I'm really wishing I had a kid right now. Child-safe caps are renowned for only keeping adults out of bottles, and while I normally have no trouble at opening medicine bottles... well, maybe my inner child just isn't dominant enough anymore... I'm trying enamels out again; I haven't used them in years, but I've gained a lot of painting experience since then, and various painters' claims of their durability have swayed me into giving them another chance. Except I can't open my fragging paint thinner! It's a bottle of Revell Color Mix, and it's so far been opened twice, once by my housemate, once by myself, and both times seemingly by a complete fluke! It's of the type where you're supposed to push down on the lid while turning it anticlockwise. Seems easy enough. But I turn it and turn it, and it just keeps on clicking. Does anyone else have experience of this? Is there some secret knack to getting it open? Am I going to have to pry the lid off with a screwdriver and just transfer it into a bottle I can open..?