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    Okay I checked the bottom of the tool box. The glue syringes don't have any markings. So never mind.

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    I use pipettes to draw Part A and one for Part B of PMK and measure into another vile that is marked in 1 ml increments. I installed the bulbs on both and one is little and one is big. I also have some syringes but have not used them for a while. I put tubing on the ends so I could stick that into the chemistry.

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    glewis,

    Good link. Right on topic. I'm making a note of it.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
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    I bought one today. Only 5ml. A grand total of $1.27 Canadian-))

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    [quote="jbrodkey"] For tiny amounts I use a "transfer pipette" The nice thing is that they come in cartons of 500 for $24 so can be thrown away after one use to avoid contamination....

    I use a similar product available in the U.K.

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    Well I have read through the thread and understand what you folks are talking about. My questhion though is

    "How small do you need to measure to?"

    Also

    "What exactly is the liquid you are measuring?"

    Thanks
    Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic.

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    2.5ml. I bought one of those colour kits. Basically to prove to myself I can/can't do it. Now my choices are make up the whole thing. In which case it'll go bad far quicker then I could ever use it. Or make up a little at a time.

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