Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Macro Really?!? Are you kidding me?
These reviews have got to be kidding. It says right on the description that it is a "SAFE".(as in: "Safe" to hide valuables in!) [I guess that actually means that they are doing their job! As in: hiding it's secret use. But obviously someone has to explain it. It might sell better if folks knew what it was?]
For those unfamiliar [duh...] they used to call them "Poor Man's Safe".
You take a can of whatever product you want, empty it out, cut the bottom off, reattach a false bottom up inside (taking care to not leave tell-tale marks on the label that give away the "secret") and (if product is to be under pressure, as in WD-40, or sprayed on products, the false bottom needs to be safe and done right). next you glue in plastic threads so you can reseal/remove the real/original base, refill the upper can with product, and you have a "STASH CAN SAFE"!!! One "give-away": try to add something that makes the weight more evenly distributed and not so "top-heavy".
Be careful though. Can't tell you how many cans of Lysol, WD-40, etc. got tossed in the trash because someone else used it until it was empty and tossed the can, not realizing I had money/valuables in the base of it. (I would add a hunk of foam with whatever I put in the base so it wouldn't clunk around if someone picked it up and shook it). You can literally spray aerosol products out (just don't use it up!) They are available in almost any product you can think of. (I believe the oldest one I ever saw was made from an oil can)
I hope this helps quash to confusion. They are really quite convincing and a clever idea, BUT JUST DON'T FORGET WHICH ONE IT IS AND NOT TO USE IT, OR THROW AWAY BY ACCIDENT!
August 14, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJT Horrible
Why would Home Depot sell a fake Liquid Wrench and not sell the real Liquid Wrench? I mean come on. Lowe's got it right and sells the real Liquid Wrench.
December 30, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by tastms good deal
they need to ad weight. it is obvious they r not full of the product.
March 27, 2012