My Moen kitchen faucet has an aerator that none of the standard aerator keys seem to fit. I've attached a picture of it below. Maybe Moen did this purposefully to make people need to replace the whole faucet head every time.
Looking at this YouTube video, How to remove a Moen kitchen faucet aerator, an Allen key is used between 2 of the aerator slots. However, on my faucet, the aerator is more protruding, making it not possible to put an object between the 2 slots.
I've tried to use needle nose pliers, but the nose on the pliers are not small enough to fit into the aerator slots. I've also tried to use 2 small flat nosed screwdrivers, but the aerator is on too tight for that to work.
As mentioned, all the standard aerator keys won't fit this. I did find 2 items that MIGHT be able to work, and from reading the reviews, it seems at least 1 person for each item has been able to use it to remove a Moen aerator:
Before I try these though, just wanted to see if anyone else had success using any other method to remove an aerator like this. Otherwise, I'll just buy them and try my luck. Thank you.