Let me guess: When you put 4-1/2″ quarts into the car, the last quart ends up sitting around the shop until eventually you question its vintage and pitch it, right? But who wants to sit all day and drain oil into containers? The simple answer to those trying to conserve a few drops is to get an oil saver and let it drain itself.
The oil saver is a 5-quart-shaped funnel. You can either use it to dump five whole quarts in all at the same time, or you can dump five of those “partials” from around the shop in it to recover what’s there. When you’re done, just attach another oil container to the nozzle and hang it on the wall to allow complete drainage of the residual oil left in each container.
The Oil Saver could save you money by reclaiming oil you might otherwise throw away — or worse yet keep around forever then throw away.
Street pricing starts around $7 (to $15 depending on whose you buy).