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AIM TUBES Empty Caulking Tubes	 with Plunger
AIM TUBES Empty Caulking Tubes with Plunger

AIM TUBES Empty Caulking Tubes with Plunger


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AIM TUBES Empty Caulking Tubes
  • Tube 10oz Blank White with Nozzle and Plunger
  • Electrician
    I was stuck in a situation where we had to security caulk all of the exposed conduit that we ran. It was a 2 part epoxy that dried in 60 mins. I tried every caulk gun and product available, Until I found your empty caulk tubes. Mixing the caulk and using these empty caulk tubes saved my sanity and my wallet. Thank you. Seriously, thankyou... without the empty caulk tubess that you provide... I dont know what I would have done. Joe
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    Reviewed by:  from Baltimore,MD. on 12/2/2017
    Many uses for fillable tubes!
    I didn't know these existed until I went searching for something to fill with unsanded group to fill small spaces between beveled subway tiles (difficult to fill otherwise). Thes worked great and used much less grout that other methods. I can see lots of uses for these (maybe even in baking/decorating as they are nice clean white plastic with removable nozzles. Found them here at a much better price that any other place including that big online market place!
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    Reviewed by:  from New Jersey. on 1/25/2018
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    Reviewed by:  from Grants Pass. on 1/29/2018
    A great tube for my use, once altered
    When I first got this tube, I was concerned because I had used similar tubes with the twist on funneling cap and the cap, in the past, always broke where I screwed it on due to the tension of the fluid going through. I was unable to use the tip to funnel the semi viscous fluid because it might have broken the tip if I had pushed the heavy semi viscous fluid through. To make things worse I had to alter the plastic end of the the tube where the tip screwed on because it was sealed with the same plastic that the tube is made of. However both of these things actually became blessings in disguise for me, and might be for you. If you are caulking a soft semi viscous fluid, the tip might work for you. But if your fluid is like mine, very semi viscous, and you are not caulking anyway, but storing to keep the item inside from drying up, this thing is great. The tip can be used as a way to cap off the item in the caulking tube to protect it from air. I just push out the fluid without the tip and screw it back on when finished. It's a great cap! You will still have to find a way to make a hole in the end (not in the cap but in the actual caulking tube- I used a Dremel with a certain bit and it worked wonderfully.). But that's actually a blessing too because you can set the size based on need. This is an extremely basic no frills product, but for the right people, it can be extremely useful. If you are caulking with a very heavy semi viscous fluid, this may not be the best idea in my opinion. One other thing, do NOT saw off the edge of the tube to make a hole. DRILL a hole in it. Sawing it was very hard to do for me. Then screwing on the connection of the tip, for me, at least, became less secure. I will certainly be purchasing this again.
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    Reviewed by:  from Greensboro NC. on 10/1/2017
    Pretty danged good and easy to load and use!
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    Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Tucson, AZ. on 7/9/2017
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