This is an invention to be shared. It's one I came up with myself and I encourage you to try it. I'm sure you recognize the can of stuff pictured above. It's a can of spray foam, used to fill in cracks and openings to keep out critters and drafts. The hard plastic tube allows you to aim the foam into even the smallest cracks and crevices. I use it EVERYWHERE I can!
The problem? To use the can of foam properly, you turn it upside down. This means it's difficult to use the spray foam in ceilings or when you're crawling around under the house foaming spots above you. Oh sure, you can use it upright for the first few squirts, but you run out of usable foam quickly and it's best when inverted...even says so on the can. So, what do you do?
Just the other day, an idea came to me while wandering around the big hardware store. Over in plumbing I picked up a 20' roll of polyvinyl tubing for a mere $2.99
I took the roll home and cut off about 12-18 inches, leaving one end flat cut and the other with an angle about 45 degrees. The straight part of the can of foam pops right off and the flat cut end of the tubing fits right on in its place. The other end accepts the straight stick with a nice tight fit. (The angle cut helps here...)
When you show this off to your neighbors (and I'm sure you will) you can take all the credit you want, but be sure to say that it's Southern Thinking at Its Best!