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OrangeTag Squeeze Bottles, 12 oz, 3 pack (Clear 1,A)

3.7 out of 5 stars 374 customer reviews
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12-oz. Squeeze Bottles 3 pk. - Clear

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Product Dimensions 6.8 x 4.8 x 4.3 inches
Item Weight 4 ounces
Shipping Weight 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B000QJBNII
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3.7 out of 5 stars 374 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #14,609 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#17 in Home & Kitchen > Kitchen & Dining > Storage & Organization > Food Storage > Food Dispensers
#2,703 in Home & Kitchen > Storage & Organization

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By G. Conner TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 1, 2012
Attracted by the low price, I bought a dozen for various uses. As other reviewers have noted, these can leak, especially with thin liquids. The tops do not seal strongly, so excess pressure can make the top pop off. One other complaint is that these do not come with caps.

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.
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I bought these to hold some sauces and oil. Two of the bottles I got does not seal well and leaks. Pretty cheap bottles, ok for things like ketchup but not for liquids like Olive Oil or thinner liquids
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Update 5/6/15- Still using these for dressings and sauces. They've held up extremely well. I have tossed them in the dishwasher on the top rack without any damage.

Original review-
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.
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These bottles are pretty much exactly what I expected. Cheap squeeze bottles suitable for art or cooking. The only problems are that if you squeeze too hard, you compromise the seal around the cap, and that they do not come with tip covers for storage.
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These are terrible, they do not last long. The tops come apart. If you want these kinds of
bottles I recommend getting them at Bed Bath and Beyond. They have bottles with caps that are one piece instead of 2 like these.
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By GGU Reviews on February 26, 2015
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Leaking leaking everywhere. If you intend to put liquid in these bottles (which I assume you do) prepare for leaking. The solution? Wrap the threads of the bottle in a layer or two of electrical or duct tape in order to tighten the seal.
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I really like the bottles but eventually the bottle does begin to leak out from under the lid. This is the best bottle I've found to put my homemade chocolate syrup in. I don't regret the purchase but it would be nice to not have the leak.
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This is one of those products that I knew going in was not going to be the pinnacle of quality or design, but rather was one built on the premise of value and delivering an inexpensive squeeze bottle that is suitable for food usage. With that in mind, I think these are pretty good bottles for occasional usage. For frequent usage, I would recommend something a little nicer, more convenient, and less-messy.

I bought these primary for sauces that I make myself, like a home-made BBQ sauce and a Pacific Sun olive oil & balsamic mix I make. They arent ones I use a lot and wanted something cheap that would not break the bank if I left them at a cookout or threw them out. For that purpose, they work just fine. Mine do not leak and the plastic has not cracked or tore with usage. Like most bottle designs like this, they can be very messy but that's really unavoidable with this design.

For the things like olive oil, canola oil, balsamic vinegar, pecan oil, etc. that I am frequently using to cook with, I use the Cruets from Chef's Planet as I like that design much more than more traditional glass or plastic bottles and find them much more convenient. For daily usage, I enjoy using those. But at $15-20, I can't justify them for something I use occasionally, or will want to take to something like a cookout. So for those kind of uses, these inexpensive squeeze bottles work very well.
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