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    Tap Magic Spout Improvement

    I have several of those small Tap Magic cans around the shop. I fit the Tap Magic can spouts with those thin red plastic spray straws that come from used WD40 sprayers (and other spray cans like carburetor cleaners). Just drill a slightly smaller hole in the end of the Tap Magic's white spout and force the red straw down into it. Doing this allows placing just the right amount of Tap Magic as needed with the straw modification.
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    And keeps the straw from disappearing? What a good idea....now if I can just find one them straws.....

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    Anyone know the best place to buy those spray extension tubes in bulk uncut tubing?

    I'm familiar with Little Red Straw and Spray-Extension Tubes - Lee Valley Tools.

    I want something like this: SpraySnake but not sold out, and preferably from an industrial supply store that carries that tubing.

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    LOL, wouldn't you know it was out of stock?


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