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I just tip it forward a bit and let it drain off for a few seconds. 
 

Adams really needs to step up the design on the pump nozzles a bit. I feel like these are the worst designed product they sell

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I like to use the pump for my revitalizer, rinse-less wash and shampoo so I can get a consistent measured amount (1oz. per pump). No point using too much product and wasting it. For my other gallons, I use the funnels, they are awesome. 

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I like the pumps, and I just put a cue tip in the end of them to help stop the leaking.  I find it easy to use when needed verus picking the gallon up.  I might down the road move to a 16oz bottle for the shampoo but for now the pump works.  

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On ‎11‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 2:34 PM, BlackCadi14 said:

Hi,

Silly question, how do you keep your gallons from leaking from the gallon pump, I used a cue tip to slide in there when not in use.

What do you guys do???

 

Do this:

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3/8" vinyl vacuum caps.  You can get them at the Auto Parts store, or from Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Spectre-Performance-4254-Vacuum-Assortment/dp/B000BPWSCC/ref=pd_sim_263_6?ie=UTF8&refRID=0MEFTYWQJA69T6KMSJK2

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