I feel like this Tornador Blow Out Tool has been a product many people have been wanting, and for a good reason. It’s definitely one of those essential tools you want to have in your garage cabinet.
My primary use for it is when I’m polishing my paint and need to blow out the pads. It works well in conjunction with the RUPES BigFoot Claw Pad Tool, where you’d swipe the pad's entire surface and then follow up with this blow out tool. It’s a sweet combination.
There’s another great application for it: your car’s interior. Although I’m not a big fan of cleaning interiors, it does a great job blowing crap out. It pairs exceptionally well with a vacuum. I like to use it to blow everything loose; then I come back with a vacuum to suck everything out—no more scrubbing with the crevice tool in the carpets. I also like how it gets water from the cracks and crevices when drying my car.
So, how exactly would you use this? You’d use it with an air compressor operating between 60 and 90 psi. There’s a tube with a weight on it within the cone that spins really fast. The cone channels air into a powerful tornado-like motion that quickly lifts dirt and moisture from any surface, blowing things out more efficiently and effectively.
I’ve owned mine for what seems like an eternity. It’s been dropped, stepped on, and even sat on, don’t ask. Even through all of that, it still works like the first day I got it. Tornador does sell replacement parts, so if something breaks, you and I can easily swap those pieces out.
A well-built tool that can dislodge debris from the toughest, hard-to-reach places and blast water out of body seams, from around windows, and mirrors - it’s super legit.
- Weight: 15 oz.
- Length: 11.75"
- Width: 1.75"
- Height: 6.00"
- Free Speed RPM: 3,600
- Air Consumption: 1/min. = 120
- Liquid Consumption: N/A
- Sound Pressure DBA: 101.1
- Air Inlet: 1/4" female thread
- Air Pressure: 5.2 - 6.2 CFM @ 70 PSI
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