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Clean Funnel Mini Funnel

£6.90  Excl VAT

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Clean funnels are designed to keep dirt out of your equipment and engine, whilst also keeping your work area clean. When not in use the screw cap prevents the residue dripping from the funnel – whether it be fuel, oil or just water.

Available in a variety of different capacities, spout diameters and colours.
All funnels come with a gauze filter.
Straight and flexible spout options mean that there is a funnel for every need!

Product Codes
CF112, Green, 15mm o/d with tube
CF115, Orange, 15mm o/d, straight spout

Why was this such an innovation 22 years ago when farmer/inventor Hoyt Pattison came up with the novel concept? The caps are such a logical addition, one would think that caps would have been a part of funnels for a very long time. Like wheels on suitcases, some things just require that spark of imagination - that spark that solves a problem that we have all struggled with but just never took the time to come up with a solution! Just like the wheels on a suitcase, once you've used one on a long trip, try going back to lugging around a suitcase without wheels! No Way, No How! Until you, yourself, made the change, you had no idea what a convenience this simple yet absolutely essential innovation meant to you and your fellow travelers.

Same thing with a Clean Funnel! Once you've used a Clean Funnel with its caps on the top and bottom, you won't want to go back to a plain old funnel - a funnel that, when set down after you use it, gets bits of leaves, dirt, sand and other types of debris down into theNo Dirt main body of the funnel and, worse, down into the spout. No Way, No How! Once you get all that grit and grime in there, you know you don't have any choice but to get a rag and maybe a screwdriver or long nail or wire to run the rag down through the spout to clean it out. Or, you can run a solvent through it and then have to dispose of the solvent in a proper way. Sure, you can do it and it will be clean, but why go through the hassle if you don't have to?! With a cap on the top and bottom of your funnel, you don't have to worry about it.

Besides keeping your funnel clean, you get the added (and essential) advantage of keeping your work area clean and safe. If you've worked around equipment for very long, you know what a hassle it can be when you drip oil or other fluids from your funnel - let alone how dangerous it can be to yourself and others. An oil slick is NO Dripsjust inviting a fall with its attendant injuries and possible liabilities. Simply put the caps back on after filling your equipment, bottle, barrel or what ever, set the funnel aside and go about your business, secure in the knowledge that next time you need your funnel, it will be clean and ready to go for your next project. And your work area will remain clean and safe as well.

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