An oil filter plug that allows the filter to be tipped sideways or upside down.
- Virtually No Mess
- Reduces Time and Clean Up
- Quick and Easy
- Simple to Manufacture
- Ideal for Mechanics and Do-It-Yourselfers Alike
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Steve West of Omaha, NE has created an oil filter plug that will virtually eliminate mess while changing an oil filter.
On his truck, West would have to turn the oil filter sideways just to get it out from the fender well. This, however, made a huge mess that took thirty minutes to clean up. After dealing with that, he searched online, went to auto parts stores, and even made a trip to the Dodge dealership to see if they carried a plug for this application. Every time, he came up emptyhanded. West even asked the Dodge mechanic what they used, which turned out to be five cans of brake cleaner to clean up the mess! In turn, West developed the No Spill Oil Filter Plug!
The invention is a plug with bowl-shaped cup that allows the oil filter, when removed, to be tipped sideways or upside down. This will prevent oil from landing on the floor, thus reducing clean-up time, as well as the time it takes to perform the oil change. This will be ideal for mechanics and do-it-yourselfers alike!
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