Your Tube Wringer is a valuable tool that can help you save precious money when it comes to paints, glues, and creams and it reduces waste. By taking good care of it, you can ensure that it lasts for many years to come.

How do you take care of your Tube Wringer though? We’re giving you a few tips to keep your Tube Wringer in tip-top shape. Read on to get the most out of your Tube Wringer. 

Keeping it Clean 

The most important thing you can do to care for your Tube Wringer is to keep it clean. This will help to prevent the build-up of products if anything leaks out during the Tube Wringing process. If paint, glue, or creams and lotions are allowed to build up around the Tube Wringers mechanics, they can become stuck and difficult to turn. 

To clean your Tube Wringer, you have a few options. You could simply wipe it down with a damp cloth or rinse it more thoroughly with a mild soap and warm water. If the cloth becomes dirty while you’re cleaning your Tube Wringer, rinse it out with warm water and soap before continuing the cleaning process. 

A few additional tips for keeping your Tube Wringer clean include:

  • Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrubbing pads, as these can damage the surface of the Tube Wringer.
  • If the Tube Wringer becomes stuck with too much excess product on the gears, try soaking it in warm water for a few minutes before trying to clean it.
  • Make sure to thoroughly dry the Tube Wringer (especially the metal parts) before storing it. 

Where to Store it

When you’re not using your Tube Wringer, it’s important to store it in a clean, dry place. This will help to protect it from dust, dirt, and moisture.

A good place to store your Tube Wringer is in a drawer or cabinet. You can also hang it on a hook or nail in your bathroom or kitchen or keep it on a table near your workspace. If the Tube Wringer model you have is made of plastic or contains plastic parts, avoid exposing it to extreme heat or cold. If it’s placed in direct sunlight for extended periods of time, you could notice fading in the color of your Tube Wringer. If the Tube Wringer is made of metal, be sure to dry it thoroughly after cleaning it to prevent rust from taking hold. 


Many of our happy customers have had their Tube Wringers for years, some even for decades! If your Tube Wringer ever breaks or becomes damaged, you can easily replace it. All of our models are available for sale on our website. 

When you’re shopping for a replacement Tube Wringer, be sure to choose one that is the right size and durability for your needs. Consider an upgrade if you need it and consider the material that the Tube Wringer is made of. Some of our Tube Wringers are made of plastic, while others are made of metal. Depending on your uses, you may need to step it up to the metal one for more industrial purposes. 

By following these simple tips, you can keep your Tube Wringer in good condition for many years to come. May it serve you well in your art, house projects, crafts and more!