In an effort to make your sausage stuffing life a little easier, we have come up with this neat tool to force out that remaining amount of meat that gets stuck in the tube. No more jamming wooden spoons that will need to be carefully cleaned after contacting meat. Straight-forward, easy to use, saves you time, energy and frustration. In typical TSM fashion it is made from 304 Series S/S. Accompanied with a stiff-bristled brush to help get what little bit is left behind! Made in the USA.
Gary Isaacks (verified owner) –
Wayne Holscott (verified owner) –
Sheri Corder (verified owner) –
Think this will clear the tube, would love a flat nozzle. Using sausage maker to make jerky and flat nozzle would save a step of making small round and then having to use rolling pin to flatten. Tried another brand nozzle but to large for the funnel. Please let me know if you ever offer a flat nozzle.
Maureen O’Donnell (verified owner) –
LLOYD KEATING (verified owner) –
The clearing rod needs to be a couple of inches longer. I can clear most of the tube, but I still have some that I have to blow out with water.
Dennis Miller (verified owner) –
I bought these to clean my stuffer tubes. The small tubes are a pain to clean with chop sticks or wooden spoon handles. It takes almost as long to clean the wooden spoon handles as to clean the stuffing tubes. These work very well, and are easy to clean.
City Dweller (verified owner) –
Thi 1/2-inch stuffing tube cleaner worked great. It easily pushed out the remaining venison breakfast sausage from the stuffing tube when I completed stuffing the casings. The tube brush that comes with the tube cleaner works great to wash the stuffing tube.
Joe VanDeMark (verified owner) –
this tool is so much easier to use then a rolled paper towel and coat hanger.
jham (verified owner) –
I have been using a wooden dowel to clear the tube out and threading a paper towel through it for cleaning. But not anymore, glad I found this.