Keep Air Straws Attached To Compressed Air Cans With A Drinking Straw

Keep Air Straws Attached To Compressed Air Cans With A Drinking Straw
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Air straws help you pinpoint what you’re spraying from a can. It can be air, a lubricant or paint. We’ve got tips on what to do if you lose that straw, but a drinking straw attached to the can helps prevent you from losing it in the first place.

Family Handyman reader Jim Kucharik attaches a drinking straw to a can with glue, but you could use duct tape. The air straw goes inside the larger drinking straw. Now you’ve got someplace to put the air straw when you’re done.

Family Handyman [via Juniors Home Improvement]

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