Tin Man Oil Can
- Metal Oil Can
- *Please note that this product is not a toy, it is to be used as a prop.
- Tin Man Oil Can
- 100% Metal
- Realistic accessory has no moving parts
- Measures 5" tall
It's one thing to dress like the Tin Woodsman, but it's another thing to have a real working oil can that pairs perfectly with your costume.
What would the Tin Man have done if he didn't have his trusty oil can by his side? Well, he wouldn't have gotten very far on the yellow brick road with Dorothy, that's for sure. Oil is what helps his rusted joints get going. If he's feeling like an old man, he simply dabs some oil on his problem areas and he feels like a spring chicken again! If you want to make sure that you make it all the way to Emerald City, then we highly recommend that you pick up this oil can accessory!
No Tin Man costume is complete without this cool prop. It will make your costume look more realistic and feel more authentic. You'll have a blast taking tons of pictures while holding this one of a kind prop!
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