Sunday, June 15, 2014

Tuna Squish
Review and Giveaway.

The Tuna Squish let's you open canned tuna without smelling like one! It's a handheld can press that drains the liquid, removes and ejects the lid from canned tuna (and other cans) with minimal human contact. Never touch your tuna! 


  1. Insert opened can into Tuna Squish 
  2. Squeeze handles, turn sideways to drain the liquid 
  3. Separate handles, magnet in upper handle lifts lid off can,
    no digging for sharp lid = no injury 
  4. Press release button, dump lid directly into trash 

Oma really enjoys a tuna salad sandwich. Tuna is a high quality protein with almost no fat. It contains all essential amino acids required by the body for growth and maintenance of lean muscle tissue. However, the smelly mess of getting that tuna out of the can has always been a deterrent.

Oma loves the Tuna Squish. It is so very easy to use and clean up. No longer does Oma’s hands linger with that tuna smell. Also you do not have to worry about cutting your fingers on the sharp lid. Only downside is that it is a bit bulky for my gadget drawer.

One of Oma’s lucky readers can enter and win their own Tuna Squish (ARV$9.99).

To enter: Just fill out the RaffleCopter form below! Open to US only and must be 18+ to enter.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. What a cool idea!! We eat alot of tuna salad for lunch and I hate getting that tuna smell on my hands trying to drain it!

  2. I'm not a big mayo eater but I love tuna so I always add some Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, and celery salt to my tuna. The other flavors help mask the taste of mayo for me. It really makes the tuna taste great.

  3. I like to make tuna load every other week.

  4. I like to make simple tuna sandwiches, tuna, mayo, hard boiled eggs, pickles. Yummy.

  5. I love to make Tuna Noodle Casserole, it is one of my family favorites. I also like tuna salad too

  6. I really love tuna fish with mayo and lots of onions.

  7. I like to make tuna fish sandwiches with light mayo, dill & chopped pickles on toasted bread


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