Medicine Cups Disposable 1oz. Graduated – 1 PK/100

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Medicine Cups Disposable 1oz. Graduated - 1 PK/100

Disposable plastic gradutated medicine cups are translucent cups suitable for dispensing both liquid and dry medications. Calibrated from 1-8 drams; 1/8-1 fluid ounce; 1-2 tablespoon and 2.5-30 mL and cc. 100 per sleeve. Plastic, 1 oz..

  • Can hold upto one ounce
  • Suitable for dispensing both liquid and dry medications
  • Calibrated from 1-8 drams; 1/8-1 fluid ounce; 1-2 tablespoon and 2.5-30 mL and cc.

2 thoughts on “Medicine Cups Disposable 1oz. Graduated – 1 PK/100

  1. Melissa B.
    47 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great For Resin Mixing!, October 29, 2015
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    Melissa B. (Los Angeles, CA) –

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    This review is from: Medicine Cups Disposable 1oz. Graduated – 1 PK/100 (Health and Beauty)
    REVIEW OF CUPS FOR CRAFT PURPOSES- so please keep that in mind! I bought these for mixing 2 stage epoxy resin and let me tell you they are great! They have very few ridges or notches to lose the mixed resin in, or worse, only one part of the resin resulting in an end product that doesn’t set. Also, they have helped reduce bubbles with their sides being so smooth. They are very pliable so when pouring resin into your mold they can bend into a nice little spout. Cost-wise they blow the small epoxy mixing “kits” (3 cups and a popsicle stick) you can buy for $3-6 at Michael’s or Hobby Lobby out of the water and considering the sheer amount you get with an order, they last a very long time.

    PROS: Cheap, Cuts down on bubbles and loss of epoxy with smooth sides, pliable for pouring (I haven’t had one crack on me yet!), can be cleaned and re-used but still cheap enough to toss them.
    CONS: The only change that would make these perfect would be to add a little ink to the graduation marks to make them a bit more visible
    TIPS: If you use these for resin you’re halfway there as far as getting rid of those pesky bubbles but rather than using a popsicle stick to mix your resin try a flexible mini spatula like one of these Solabela Painter’s Palette Knives and Spatulas. Set of 5 that way you won’t get the air bubbles from the resin filling the crevices of the wood! Also the flex-metal makes it easy to “pop” off the resin once it’s dried to re-use. You can get them in a set or a $2 one from Hobby Lobby 🙂

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  2. Christine
    73 of 77 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Two Stars, October 7, 2015
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    Christine (NJ) –

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    Not as pictured, I received thin cups with a lip on the top. Measurement markings are very difficult to read. These are not the more rigid cups that are pictured.

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