Tube Wringer

Who knew..

Tube Wringer, $27

Tube Wringer, $27

such a thing existed? The Tube Wringer must have been designed with people like me in mind. People who hate letting things go to waste. The Tube Wringer is made in Oregon by retired engineer, John Gill. It has a simple design that’s easy to use and consists of two aluminum rollers which are secured with a nickel-plated hardened steel body. So place any tube in there, turn the key and you’ve got up to 35% more of whatever’s in there.  Available at online shop, Kaufmann Mercantile – a store with a small assortment of quality products, like Gill’s Tube Wringer. Handy gadget to say the least.

Photo: Kaufmann Mercantile



3 responses to “Tube Wringer

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