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Enema Tubing Snap-Grip Clamp
Enema Tubing Hose Snap-Grip Clamp


 
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This nylon snap-grip tubing (hose) clamp has a range of 3/8" to 15/32", fitting all standard enema tubing. Use this clamp to prevent enema solution leaks by tightly securing enema tubing to enema nozzles, enema bags, in-line pumps, flow indicators, or any other attachments in your enema kit.

NOTE: This item is a single snap-grip clamp, so be sure to update the quantity in your shopping cart if you desire more than one.



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5 of 5 Snap-Grip Enema Hose and Tube Clamp June 15, 2014
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from Ponte Vedra Beach, FL United States
 
These awesome little clamps are great because they fit just about any hose. They are like a ratchet device so you can click them until tight. Removing them is just a click away! If they are too tight and hard to remove, I take a pair of tweezers and insert it in the small hole and pull apart. These are excellent little
Clamps!

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