In a Nutshell
The Tube-Wringer is a unique tool that helps squeeze out the last drop of product from any kind of tube. For instance, you can squeeze out adhesives, toothpaste, ointments, oil paints, glue, and hair dye to name a few, without resorting to DIY methods. Allows maximum product utilization.
- Versatile use in a wide range of personal and commercial applications
- Sturdy zinc plated metal construction
- Compact tool that’s easy to use
- The handle is a little flimsy and may not last forever with repeated use
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Is the Tube-Wringer Comfortable to Use?
This tube squeezer makes it effortless to extract the contents of any tube. It features two rollers and a key, made from recycled metal. All that you need to do is rotate the tiny key-shaped handle.
The rolling pins will squeeze the tube extracting the tiniest bit of liquid inside it. This includes liquid stuck to the insides of the tube by the way.
How Is the Tube-Wringer Like to Use?
This model features a zinc-plated steel platform that stays rock steady on a flat surface such as a workstation. It’s extremely easy to wedge any tube that’s up to 2 ⅞” wide into the rollers. You can easily adjust the width to ensure that the tube is a snug fit. If anything, the key should have been a little more durable.
Is the Tube-Wringer Built to Last?
The Tube-Wringer is built like a rock. It’s mostly stainless steel with a resistant zinc coating to boot. Some parts of it are recycled metal. But even those are pretty sturdy and should easily withstand the harsh environment of a workshop.
Is the Tube-Wringer Good Value for Money?
If you are using creative but tedious DIY techniques to squeeze toothpaste from the tube, or find it impossible to extract the last bit of adhesive from a tube in your workshop, this tiny tool is completely worth the money, maybe more. Picture 3-5 grams of product inside every tube that goes into the trashcan. If that can be salvaged, the numbers can quickly add up.