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This is a very simple inexpensive tool that you will not want to be without. Have you broken nails or scraped your hands trying to pop the lid of a plastic bucket? This inexpensive tool about 4 to 5 dollars each will save your hands.
It is a two in one tool it will help you open the lids on four, five and six-gallon buckets. On the side, there is a fitting to open the two and a half inch bungs on 55-gallon barrels. For the money, this is a very useful tool if you use plastic buckets or barrels.…Read More...
A few questions have come up on how to get the water or other liquids out of a fifty five gallon barrel. It is really pretty simple. You can always use an old fashioned siphon hose. Personally I don’t like to suck on them so I use a Super Siphon hose. They consist of a metal fitting on one end of a six foot hose. You just stick the metal end in the liquid and shake it in an up and down motion a few times and the siphoning action starts. An adapter is available so that you can extent the length of the hose by adding a garden hose. …Read More...