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12-oz. Squeeze Bottles 3 pk. - Clear (1, A)
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Top Customer Reviews
You can solve all of those problems easily and cheaply!
One application I use these for is dispensing premixed epoxy, which is thick stiff stuff! I can't afford to have the top pop off but I must squeeze hard to get the epoxy out. So, I wrap regular plumber's tape ( teflon sealing tape ) around the threads. Works beautifully!
Another application I use these for is dispensing controlled amounts of very thin shellac. The tape-trick fixes that problem too! No spills or leaks whatsoever.
Taping the threads with teflon tape is cheap, fast and solves two of those problems.
No cap? No problem!
I use regular stick-pins like those used on office cork-boards & maps. Stick 'em in the little hole and seat the plastic part all the way. That works for glue, latex paint, sauces.
If you must enlarge the hole (as I do for thick gooey epoxy) then I use toothpicks.
For some really large tip-holes, I just use a short length of 1/4" dowel sharpened to a point with a pencil sharpener!
Stick that in the hole for a good seal. Leave enough length so that it is easy to grab & pull out.
Finally, i also use these for some fancy syrups and sauces that must refrigerated. I make a viscous delicious raspberry sauce that is too good to waste.Read more ›
I got these for easy access to sauces when I'm making my bento boxes. Now they are an essential part of making my lunch. I buy condiments in bulk, so using these is a lot easier than digging out a gallon of mayonnaise or soy sauce. Because they can squirt, I can make pretty designs on my food. I use one for mayo, one for soy sauce, and one for homemade salad dressing. If you need a bigger nozzle to squirt (I did for mayo), you can just snip it down with scissors. The plastic is soft enough to cut nice and evenly.
One thing that I would change about these is the cap and the opening the cap screws on. If it were bigger, sauces would be easier to put in. I had success using a mini spatula when I filled these with thicker things or with things that were in a jar/tub (as opposed to something you can pour).
The caps screw on pretty tight, so I don't know what the other reviewer was talking about when they said their oils leaked out. None of mine have leaked, and soy sauce is thinner than cooking oil.
I would repurchase! These make life easier; and for as cheap as they are, you can't go wrong.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great bottles! We use them for powdering the room, and they are great for applying the powder evenly. Easy to clean and easy to use.Published 2 days ago by Kristi Romero
They do the job. We are using them to hold diatomaceous earth to use as flea powder on our dogs,so the lack of a lid is not a problem.Published 8 days ago by mutneg
Fell out of my fridge and cracked. Looks like they are just really poorly made.Published 10 days ago by Joel Olson
What do expect from a couple of squeeze bottles? Just you imagination as to their many uses for dispensing liquids of varying viscosities.Published 16 days ago by Ken Grieb
These are nice but not worth the price. However the are large enough.Published 17 days ago by Kindle Customer
The caps do not screw on straight, allowing whatever is inside to leak out from the cap (and not the tip).Published 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
I thought these came with a cap. My bad for not reading everything. Now, I will have to find some way to cap them as I had planned to put things like my oils in them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nan