A World Of Deals 1 oz. Non-Sterile Graduated Plastic Medicine Cups, 100 Piece
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|Capacity||—||1 fluid_ounces||1 fluid_ounces||1 ounces||1 fluid_ounces||1 fluid_ounces|
|Item Dimensions||—||—||2 x 8.5 x 2 in||10.5 x 20 x 12 in||—||3 x 9 x 9 in|
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With easy-to-read graduated measurements in tablespoons, drams, cc's, milliliters, and fluid ounces, this disposable 1 oz. polypropylene plastic medicine cup provides a sanitary way to dispense liquid, dry or solid medications. Using a disposable medicine cup like this helps prevent the spread of germs since you won't be reusing the same cup. Although most often used in the health care industry, these calibrated, flexible plastic medicine cups also make it easy to measure out precise quantities of spices or other ingredients for cooking. Or, you can use them to distribute food samples, equally portioned appetizers, jello cups, desserts, snacks, and more! Please consult the Calibration Marketing table for a detailed list of graduations printed on the cup. IF IT DOESN'T HAVE THE BARCODE, THE NAME ON THE PACKAGE, you didn't receive A World Of Deals Brand. CAN BE RETURNED FOR A FULL REFUND
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After receiving a great batch of cups lightening quick from "WelDun Solutions" I wrote the following positive review and re-ordered some more of them.
The first batch came from "WelDun Solutions" the second batch came from "VetMed USA" a distinction that didn't even cross my mind until I opened my second shipment.
The second batch from "VetMed USA" are slightly different cups. They are still pretty good, were shipped promptly and so on, but not the same as the first batch, and significantly, not the same as the one in the listing photo. The photo shows a sharp upper lip to the cup, which is what I got in my first order. The second batch has a rolled-over upper lip.
VetMed shipped via US Postal Service via DHL which added two additional days onto the "free 2 day delivery" to my area and does not offer any en-route shipment tracking; The shipping delay is not VetMed's problem, it is a problem with my local post office, but a recurring one. The cups are not as flexible; and the graduations are not as sharp and clear. They are made from a different material. I did not tear open the sealed plastic bags they came in so I can't determine if they are as solvent-resistant as the first batch or if they have the same handy supplemental markings on them because I may return them. I haven't made up my mind if it is worth the effort to ship them back since we aren't talking about much money here. I'm sure this second batch would be fine for dispensing meds, but since I'm using mine for mixing glues and paints I am not nearly as enamored of them.
I'm being nit-picky, to be sure, but I found the first batch to be absolutely perfectly suited to my needs, which is why I ordered more immediately. The second batch is OK, but not as perfect for my particular use.
ORIGINAL REVIEW: (NOTE: This order shipped from from WelDun Solutions)
Just right for mixing of paint or epoxy etc. in small batches. Shipping was lightning quick.
Cups have graduations in these increments:
5 ml (same as 5 cc;)
1/8 fluid ounces;
1 tsp; or
1 dram. (8 drams to 1 oz.)
They have extra markings at:
2.5, 7.5 and 12. 5 ml (cc's);
1/2 tsp, and 1 dssp
1 dssp is a "dessert spoon" and is standardized at 10 ml which is about 2/3 tablespoon. That is also 2 tsp. (3 tsp per tbs in the kitchen!) A Brit tbs is 15 ml, a US tbs is 14.79 ml. so there is a very small difference between Brit measure and US measure, but that difference shouldn't matter for recipes, or for mixing paint or glue...... If that 0.21 ml is critical to you, you had better find a more precise means of measuring than markings on a little cup.
The graduations are small but easy to read as they are sharp, crisp, clear, molded in markings. I appreciate that they are crisp and clear since many molded-in markings can be rather indefinite. I like the multiple scales because I am usually interested in ratios, not absolute numbers, and with all the choices you can nearly always find some combination that works.
The cups are flexible so you can kind of squeeze the top to make a spout to pour stuff out of them into other containers (such as loading epoxy into hobby syringes) or if you need to smush a wider brush into the tops of them you can get that done too. Top lip is about 1 3/4 inches in diameter, but by squeezing the top to elongate the lip I was able to coax a 2 inch disposable paint brush into one well enough to load the brush with paint for touch up work. It wasn't pretty, but it was the brush I had at the time and it got the job done.
1 3/4" diameter across the top, 1 3/8" inch high, 1 1/8" inch diameter across the bottom.
I have not tried them with the more aggressive solvents like acetone or lacquer thinners, but the mini plastic "water cooler" cups I was using previously dissolved in the solvents of my alkyd paint ("oil" based house paint) in about 30 minutes, and the paper version just turned to mush in about 10 minutes. Alkyd paint solvents are mostly mineral spirits and/or naphtha. These cups do not suffer that fate. ** update: I have since tried both acetone and lacquer thinner in them with no problem. Overnight might be an issue, but for the 1/2 hour or so I'm working with them they are fine with these solvents showing no sign of degradation. **
Now that I have tried these I'll be sure to keep plenty in my shop. I can't tell you how many times I've mixed way, way, WAY more epoxy or paint than I needed just because I couldn't get convenient accurate measure in small batches, yet the ratios are critical.... so I'd mix up a big batch just to be sure to get the ratios right and then throw away about five times more than what I'd actually use.
If you like to measure in these and pour into another cup, make sure you scrape out as much as you can. If you like to mix in these, make sure to scrape along the sides and bottom (that goes for all mixing cups). I mix for at least 5 minutes, no matter what brand of resin I'm using, and all of my batches have cured just fine.
These are also reusable since they're made of polypropylene (the number 5 is at the bottom with the letters PP). You can leave your mixing stick in there and wait for it to harden. Once it does, you can pull the resin out. While the resin is still wet, you can use some rubbing alcohol or acetone to clean them. That's what I do most of the time.
Hopefully this was helpful to some people. If you have any questions, leave them in the comments and I'll try to remember to come back here to check lol.
My particular batch was sold by WelDun Solutions - I would avoid this vendor for this item. The cups were very thin and full of holes.
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