McDonalds, or your kitchen.Does anyone know of someplace where you can get additional dispenser straws?
This is a fantastic idea. Thanks!McDonalds, or your kitchen.
If you're talking about cans like Great Stuff, the top of the can that the straw attaches to is threaded, meaning you can twist on any type of straw with an appropriate diameter.
I use the straws out of the hundred-pack I bought at the grocery store, which actually has the dimensions on the box: 7.625" long, .25" diameter. They're what I consider 'standard size' straws.
I don't have that problem. What I do to get it started is push down on the base of the nozzle with both thumbs - half of a thumb on the straw, the other half on the base of the can. Once it starts flowing through most of the straw, the pressure is low enough where it won't blow the straw off. This has been my experience with the cans that I've used that have come with pre-broken straws.Every time I use a regular straw the pressure from the foam pushes the straw off causing a horrible mess
If you thread the screw in about 5-6 threads, the stuff in the tip of the straw cures, but the rest reverts to a liquid form. The screw comes out pretty easily taking the cured foam with it. Works great!:yes:I returned my can that was missing a straw and they exchanged it for a new one at HD.
Are you saying if you put a screw in the straw the foam doesn't dry/cure? Seems like it would harden up pretty quickly, but maybe without air it would work.
These worked well for meDoes anyone know of someplace where you can get additional dispenser straws? I have two cans of the stuff but no straws haha.