The Gill Mechanical Tube-Wringer has been around for over forty years – and in that time you can bet we have encountered all kinds of questions! However, since we started our social media profiles, we have busily answered a number of common questions for Tube-Wringer enthusiasts from across the globe. That’s why we are creating this FAQ article for anyone who would like to know more about the TubeWringer.
Here are answers to five of the most common questions we are asked on a daily basis:
- Can I use the Tube-Wringer for my toothpaste?
Yes! You can use a Tube-Wringer on any tube up to 2 ⅞ inches wide. Most tubes fit within that category, including toothpaste.
- Can I use the Tube-Wringer on more than one tube?
Yes! A Tube-Wringer can be used on one tube, then detached and used on another. We have customers who have been using their Tube-Wringer on a variety of tubes since the 1970s!
- Where can I buy a Tube-Wringer?
You can buy one right here, on www.TubeWringer.com. We are the company that manufactures and sells the original Tube-Wringer invented by John Gill. Tube-Wringer is American owned and operated, and all of our original Tube-Wringers are Oregon made with all parts manufactured in America.
- Do you have a wholesale price?
Yes! If you are hoping to sell a Tube-Wringer and want a wholesale price, all you have to do is fill out our wholesale merchant application. We will review it and respond to your application very rapidly.
- How long does the Tube-Wringer last?
There are many cheaper tube squeezers on the market. Many are made of cheap plastic and will not last longer than a year or so. We build our Tube-Wringers to stand the test of time, with customers writing it to share their satisfaction with the TubeWringer they purchased back in the 1970s. We are proud to build our product to John Gill’s high standards, using quality materials and his original design. So, while we cannot guarantee how long your TubeWringer will last, we know you will get use out of it for years to come.
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