Tube Wringers are an essential tool you need for maximizing product usage and minimizing waste. Whether you’re an artist, DIY enthusiast, woodworker, or simply someone who hates to waste their precious products, choosing the right Tube Wringer is important during your purchase. 

In this guide, we’ll walk you through the different models we have available and give you example scenarios for when each one would be the best fit so you can determine which one is right for you! 


Light Duty Tube Wringer

The Light Duty Tube Wringer is perfect for everyday household use. It’s designed to handle tubes such as toothpaste, generic lotions, glues, food products, pet snacks, and creams. Here are a few example scenarios where the Light Duty model shines:

  • Squeezing toothpaste tubes effortlessly to ensure you get every last bit of toothpaste out of the tube.
  • Extracting the remaining lotion or cream from cosmetic tubes or medications to maximize usage and decrease waste.
  • Efficiently dispensing small amounts of glue for craft projects.

If this model seems to fit your needs, get it here

Medium Duty Tube Wringer

The Medium Duty Tube Wringer is ideal for more intense tubes that require a bit more strength and control. It’s suitable for tubes like paint, adhesive, hair dye, and caulking. Consider the following scenarios where the Medium Duty model excels to see if this is a match for your purposes:

  • Squeezing out oil paints to ensure you get the most out of expensive art products. 
  • Controlling the flow of glue for intricate DIY projects that demand precision.
  • Dispensing hair dye with ease, allowing for thorough and even application.

For your medium duty uses, pick up your Medium Duty model here

Heavy Duty Tube Wringer

The Heavy Duty Tube Wringer is the go-to model for especially tough tubes that require extra force. It’s designed to handle heavy-duty tubes like industrial adhesives, sealants, silicone, and heavy paints. Here are a few scenarios where the Heavy Duty model proves invaluable:

  • Squeezing out stubborn metal sealants for plumbing or automotive applications.
  • Handling large tubes of industrial adhesive used in construction projects.
  • Efficiently dispensing heavy paints for professional artists or large-scale projects.

If you have a workshop, you’ll likely need the Heavy Duty Tube Wringer-which you can get here


Choosing the right Tube Wringer is essential for maximizing product usage and getting the most value out of your tubes. Consider your specific needs and the type of tubes you typically work with when you get ready to buy one. 

The Light Duty model is perfect for everyday household use, while the Medium Duty model offers more versatility for intense tubes like paint and glue. If you regularly deal with heavy-duty tubes, the Heavy Duty model is your best bet. 

No matter which model you choose, Tube Wringers are indispensable tools that will revolutionize how you utilize your products. Say goodbye to wasted product and hello to savings and efficiency with the perfect Tube Wringer for your needs!