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Gun Scrubber, spray lubes and other aerosol products often come with a little tube that you can fit into the spray nozzle. The little tube is usually fixed to the can by a piece of tape that lasts exactly long enough to get the tube off the can for the first time. Tape makes it too hard to get the tube out, ordinary rubber bands break too quickly.
But my kids have a bunch of silicone wrist bands about a half inch wide and a millimeter thick. A wrist band fits the can snugly enough to hold the tube in place and doesn't break like a rubber band.
My gun scrubber and spray lube cans all have wrist bands on them now, and I don't lose that handy little tube that's so hard to keep up with.
 

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Great tip..Thanks!
 
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That is a good tip. I usually just leave the tube sticking out of the open can spry nozzle til it gets empty.
 

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Nice tip. That happens to my WD40 all the time. I'm going to give this a try
 

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Elastic hair bands work great too.
 

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That is a great idea, and I can get 2 for a buck at the dollar store.

Probably get all the Livestrong yellow wrist bands you want for free right now! :eek:
 

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Good tip.
 
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