In-Line Oiler Doesn't Forget to Oil
You add oil to it. It adds oil to your air tool. Not exactly rocket science. Find one in the air tool section at any home center.
Air Scraper Does the Dirty Work
If you've ever had to remove old adhesive, caulk or sealant, or baked-on gaskets, you'll appreciate how hard it is to chisel off the stuff. That's why you need an air scraper. Just screw in one of the heavy-duty scraper blades and hit the trigger. The tool cycles the scraper blade back and forth 4,800 times per minute in 3/16-in. strokes to peel off even the most stubborn sealant or gasket material. Note: Don't use the steel scraper blades on soft aluminum engine components.
The comes with five varying-width scraper blades, an oiler, a regulator and a molded case. Find it at amazon.com or at a local air tool supplier.