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Mixing cups

January 27 2005 at 6:50 AM
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Response to Paint Mixing Cups

If you are just looking for a cup to mix, not store, paints, try contacting a restaurant supplier. My wife had an eatery until a few years back and I was able to purchase a bag of about 200 thin plastic cups, approximately 2-inches in diameter and 11/2-inches deep, for about three bucks. It's the same product hobby shops sell for $2.95 for 25 in a bag.
Obviously, you can't mix lacquers in them, but I've had no trouble with enamel/oil washes. And they make great small parts organizers for your workbench.

HTH
Mike

 
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