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This see-through plastic container was designed for dispensing tempera or any other liquid. Tight-fitting cap makes it ideal for mixing and storing powder tempera.
Capacity is 12 oz, with 1 oz gradations marked on the side.
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Liquid Flow Dispenser
By Fast Eddie
from Palm Bay, Florida
Comments about Liquid Flow Dispenser:
You can store paint almost indefinitely in these nifty containers. If you paint the rooms in your house. I usually fill these containers with the leftover paint. They are great for later touch-up's. Just shake and pop the top and use a dab or two to fix scratches and stains....
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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easy to fill and mix. BUT LIDS POP OFF
By Sarah, teacher
from Hope, ME
I use there for mixing and dispensing wool dyes. I use an awl to make the opening in the spout big enough that something can come out. The more viscous the fluid, the larger the hole you'll need to make.Do not squeeze the bottle if it doesn't drip out when you hold it upside down or the lids will pop off.Make sure to replace these ofetn to reduce wear and tear. A tiht fitting lid will make ALL the difference.
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works great-- if you cut the tip
These looked to be EXACTLY what I needed to dispense acrylic screen printing ink in my classroom-- previously I'd used squeeze bottles with an opening so small (when the tip was removed) that I'd have to use a funnel to fill them.Then I read the previous review on the item, and was worried-- but bought them anyway.SO glad I did. I think the other reviewer didn't realize that the opening on the tip, as it comes, is TINY, barely a pinhole... yes, in that case, when you squeeze it the cap does pop off. BUT-- if you trim the tip and create a larger opening... they're FANTASTIC. I think they're meant to be used this way. Perhaps there should be a caveat in the item description that explains this.
A Disaster--Worse than Useless
You cannot squeeze this container! So, it's only useful if the liquid you're trying to dispense can flow out via good ol' gravity feed. I tried to use one of these containers for dispensing acrylic paint, but the paint wouldn't come out, so I tried squeezing the container. Ugh...the lid came off, the paint went everywhere, and my almost-finished artwork was ruined. I wasn't using a very viscous paint, either. I was using watered down Blickcrylic that was about the consistency of thin pancake batter. This thing is worse than useless.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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