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The Silicone Saver - Sealant Cap

$4.85/Each
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Part# 12-06292
MFR Model# INVPRO-TSS-SDTK

Overview

The Silicone Saver is a sealant dispensing tool developed for RTV silicone sealant 3oz flexible tubes. The enhanced, patented design combines the separate cap and cone nozzle into a reusable one-piece-system and is paired with a useful rod tool. Together, they solve pain points that occur while using 3oz flexible tubes of RTV silicone sealant!
   
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Features

  • Design Advantage: Simplified design allows for a more user-friendly experience while using RTV silicone sealant
  • Versatile Use: Create various sealant bead sizes through improved dispensing control
  • Reduced Waste: 100% of usable sealant inside 3oz flexible tube until next sealant use
  • No More Mess: Eliminates working with the problematic cap/cone nozzle design
  • Reusable: Universal, easy-to-use design equals increased productivity
  • No Clogs: Prevent sealant clog formation at 3oz tube outlet!

In The Box

  • (2) Silicone Saver Dispensing Caps
  • (2) Rods
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Reviews

Excited to report back that after leaving my tube of Loctite clear silicone on my garage shelf for 4 months with the Silicone Saver in place, I finally got to see if this thing does what it says. It works!! I was able to pull the rod from the cap and silicone flowed with no dried out / cured tube issue like I would have happen in the past. Once I was done using the silicone I simply cleaned a tiny thin layer of dried silicone from off the rod and reinserted it for use again in the future. Thanks for carrying this super useful gadget, Aircraft Spruce!

Aaron J Verified Purchase

THE SILICONE SAVER

April 7, 2024

Bought me some of these silicone tube cap systems because I hate using a tube for a job, and when needing to use the tube again 2 weeks later I can’t squeeze anything out because it started to cure at tube outlet already. I had to use clear silicone on a metal / glass seam 3 days in a row. Each day the little black rod pulled out with a tug and the short nozzle on the red cap is very handy so I didn’t have to use my finger to smooth out an overly thick bead like I’ve done in the past. Really liking this so far as an easy and practical application. Can’t give 5 stars until I let one of my silicone tubes sit for a few weeks to see if there is indeed no curing inside the actual tube like I normally get.

Aaron I
December 10, 2023

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