Silicone Measuring Cups for Resin Non-stick Mixing Cups, Precise Scale

ArtmoreSKU: AMLB 001

Size: 100ml
Sale price$8.00incl GST
6 reviews

4 x $2.00 with |

6 x $1.33

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  • 100ml /250ml CAPACITY: With clear scales and a transparent design, you can see the liquid inside, ensuring that you can accurately measure the volume you need.
  • NON-STICK SURFACE: Made of high quality and thick silicone, make them more durable. Smooth and non-stick, easy topeel off and dry after use.
  • PREVENT SPILLAGE: It has a long and pointed diversion port to make the pouring easier and more accurate, and effectively prevent the liquid from remaining on the outer wall of the cup and keep it clean.
  • SOFT MATERIAL: The whole cup is very soft, you will fell comfortable while holding it, and the outer wall is non-slip, ensuring safety during use.
  • Completely clean inside before use.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    Kyla A. (Napier City, New Zealand)
    Wonderful Measuring Tool!

    I have 4 of these and am still thinking of getting more. They are great for getting accurate measurements. It's easy to get most of the resin out, so very little is wasted. And it is so easy to clean.
    Plus it's way more eco-friendly than disposable cups.

    Zoe (Auckland, New Zealand)
    Silicone Cups - Perfect

    We were looking for a special type of container and the silicone cups are perfect! Great service too - would recommend :)

    Rima (Auckland, New Zealand)
    Just what I needed

    My fragrance oil used to cut through everything else. Bought a couple of these which was a huge help. Definitely recommend.

    Rambling R. (Mangawhai Heads, New Zealand)
    No mess, no fuss

    This silicone cup is perfect for mixing and pouring resin. It shrugs off most of the product out the easy pour spout, and the ml measurements on the side are helpful, too. They're easy to read when working in well lit conditions. To clean, simply let the resin residue cure in the cup and peel it out. Wipe clean before next use. No mess, no fuss.

    Colleen M. (Tauranga, New Zealand)
    measuring cups.

    The thing I would like to see is the measuring more clearly.Very hard to see.

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