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Heavy-Duty TubeWringer 401

Heavy-Duty TubeWringer 401

Regular price $38.99 USD
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Invented by Oregonian John Gill, the TubeWringer 401 metal rollers squeeze heavy-duty tubes to ensure you get the last drop out of expensive oil paints, adhesives, toothpaste, lotions, potions and in my case, most recently, aluminum polish. 

From Tube-Wringer's site:
The Gill Mechanical Tube-Wringer has been family owned and operated since its founding. First, John and his wife ran the company from the late 1970s through the mid-1990s. During this time, John traveled around the world, providing the Tube-Wringer with global exposure and sharing his product with people from America to Australia.

The TubeWringer is still manufactured to the exacting standards set by John Gill. It has been in production for over 39 years in Eugene, Oregon, from parts manufactured entirely in Oregon.

Customers constantly surprise us with videos and papers, showcasing new ways to use our always reliable and long-lasting product. One customer uses her TubeWringer to get all of the meat out of lobster claws while another has been using it since 1975 to wring out the last drop of paint while creating works of art. Still other customers have created videos sharing how they use the Tube-Wringer to crimp wires and metal foil for everything from sewing projects to DIY microphones.

All original TubeWringers are family-built to last for years to come. If you’re ready to get one-third more out of every tube in your home, studio, lab, or medical office, you are in the right place. All you need is a TubeWringer!

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