"My vote is childproof or spillproof tops for medicine and, yes, Cascade. Cascade? About 20 minutes ago I went to do a load in the dishwasher and I could not get that top thing off to save my life! Finally I saw this tiny print to squeeze it, but by that point my hands were too numb to function."
The squeeze-and-twist tops can be disabled with a pair of pliers very easily. Take the cap off, find the little plastic tongues on the inside rim of the lid, and use the pliers to bend them out or snap off the part of the lid that has them attached. Once you do that it's just a normal screw top.
Also, a pair of long jaw channel lock pliers will take them off easily for that first time.