100ml Silicone Epoxy Mixing Cup

100ml Silicone Epoxy Mixing Cup

$10.00

Quantity:
  • 100ml Silicone Epoxy Mixing Cup
  • Reusable
  • Easy to Clean, Flip Inside Out and Wash with Soap and Water
  • Easy Pour Spout
  • Flat Bottom for Thorough Mixing
  • Graduated Every 10ml for Precise 1:1 Ratio Mixes

Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews
65%
(22)
21%
(7)
12%
(4)
0%
(0)
3%
(1)
J
J.
Weird measurements

10ml on the cup is way more than 10mls, I poured 10mls of both parts in small medicine cups and mixed them in the silicone cup and it was well over 20mls mixed and I 100% had equal parts so I waste ALOT of epoxy with them. also the lines are super hard to see, I have to put a light behind it while pouring to see it.. other than that, it cleans easy, mixes good in the silicone cup and I like that it comes with 3 one for A and B and one to mix them in.

K
K.
Epoxy Mixing cup

They are easy to clean but I cannot read the measurements so I have to use them just for mixing, not measuring.

Thank you for your feedback. Since silicone is not completely transparent they can be a little difficult to read. One thing that may help is getting a black marker and marking the lines before pouring to make the line stand out a bit more. Hopefully this helps!

Q
Q.B.C.
Great Product

I love these re-useable mixing cups for tumblers and molds.
To clean: let the resin dry, then twist the cup, flip it inside out and most of the resin will pop out. Then take duct tape and use the sticky side to get the remaining bits out. A stiff brush works, too.
Then wash with a little dawn and water, let dry.
Right before using, I like to wipe with a coffee filter with some alcohol to insure that its as clean as new.
That sounds like a lot, but it really only takes a few seconds for each step. You can skip some steps, but I like to make sure they are 110% clean!!

A
A.M.
A little small

The cups are a great concept! But can only be used for small projects. I don’t typically require less than 10-12 oz of resin at a time. Again, nothing wrong with the actual product, just not satisfactory for my needs.

A
A.
Silicone cups

Good quality silicone. A little are to get all the way clean but I think it’s just that way with any product you have to clean epoxy out of.

Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews
65%
(22)
21%
(7)
12%
(4)
0%
(0)
3%
(1)
J
J.
Weird measurements

10ml on the cup is way more than 10mls, I poured 10mls of both parts in small medicine cups and mixed them in the silicone cup and it was well over 20mls mixed and I 100% had equal parts so I waste ALOT of epoxy with them. also the lines are super hard to see, I have to put a light behind it while pouring to see it.. other than that, it cleans easy, mixes good in the silicone cup and I like that it comes with 3 one for A and B and one to mix them in.

K
K.
Epoxy Mixing cup

They are easy to clean but I cannot read the measurements so I have to use them just for mixing, not measuring.

Thank you for your feedback. Since silicone is not completely transparent they can be a little difficult to read. One thing that may help is getting a black marker and marking the lines before pouring to make the line stand out a bit more. Hopefully this helps!

Q
Q.B.C.
Great Product

I love these re-useable mixing cups for tumblers and molds.
To clean: let the resin dry, then twist the cup, flip it inside out and most of the resin will pop out. Then take duct tape and use the sticky side to get the remaining bits out. A stiff brush works, too.
Then wash with a little dawn and water, let dry.
Right before using, I like to wipe with a coffee filter with some alcohol to insure that its as clean as new.
That sounds like a lot, but it really only takes a few seconds for each step. You can skip some steps, but I like to make sure they are 110% clean!!

A
A.M.
A little small

The cups are a great concept! But can only be used for small projects. I don’t typically require less than 10-12 oz of resin at a time. Again, nothing wrong with the actual product, just not satisfactory for my needs.

A
A.
Silicone cups

Good quality silicone. A little are to get all the way clean but I think it’s just that way with any product you have to clean epoxy out of.


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