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Clear Squeeze Bottle, Condiment Squeeze Bottle, Open-Tip, Screw-On Spout, Polyethylene Durable Plastic, Diner Style, 12 Ounce, Pack of 3
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- Fast and Easy Application for All Condiments
- This condiments bottle is use for ketchup and BBQ sauce, Dressings, Decorating and Baking
- Great for homes, restaurants, fast food joints, diners, catering, buffets
- Polyethylene plastic Ideal for self-serve and high volume areas like resturant
- Includes: 3 bottles per package
- Heavy duty for commercial use
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These plastic bottles offer easy content recognition. Squeeze bottles are essential products in any restaurant. Ideal for self-serve and high volume areas. Fast application for all condiments. You put your liquid condiments such as ketchup, chocolate syrups, caramel drizzles and vinaigrette. Naturally BPA free plastic.
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What I mean is this: Where's the cap? There's no way to cap these without some McGuyver antics. If your goal is to store, say, cooking oil in these? I think you would want to cap it so you don't get rancid oil with cupboard dust in it.
Actually, I can't envision a scenario in which you would fill these to the top and NOT want to put a cap or cover or valve on them to prevent spills or leaks or things from getting in. Get something with a cap for the tip.
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.
Anyway, if I were wasteful I'd just throw them out but I guess I'll find a use for them. One seems to be better than the rest, so at least I got one?
I labeled the 3 squeeze bottles (Canola, Olive, Veggie) and now they are nicely aligned against the wall on the counter, taking up very little space. I find the 12 oz bottles to be the perfect size, anything more seems too big for me. Haven't tried these with anything other than oil.
Product - 4 stars. Bottles are inexpensive and are made accordingly. They are squeeze bottles. They won't last forever, but I wouldn't have expected anything different. Product gets 4 stars. It is clearly stated these don't have lids, so it isn't right to complain that they don't come with lids. Lids would be a good improvement and I would be happy to pay a couple extra bucks for them if offered.
KitchenDirectUSA. This company is a pathetic excuse for an online retailer. I suspect they are on their way out of business, so think twice about ordering from them. I contacted them 3 times and have still not heard back from them (it has been a week now). Package came as if it was sent by an old aunt - both in the manor it was packaged and well as the complete lack of any labels or official packaging.
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.