While the Gordon wrench will help you turn stuck shutoff valves, to reach the valve you still might have to bend like a contortionist. Plus you probably don’t want to venture that close to the scummy area behind the toilet or under the sink. Although the WaterShutOff wrench from Superior Tool may not let you apply as much torque on stuck valves, it can keep you 11″ farther away from all that unpleasantness that hasn’t seen the light of day in years.
Superior Tool gave the WaterShutOff wrench a large D-grip handle that’s easy to grip and turn, especially if you have arthritis. The plastic construction won’t damage the finish on the valve handle and makes it harder to over-torque the valve.
You can pay anywhere from $6 to $10 for the WaterShutOff wrench.