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    What are these called?

    What are these bottles called and where can I get one? I feel like I am wasting alot of HC-110 by just sticking a syringe into the syrup, there's still a fair bit stuck to it that I have to wash off. These bottles look perfect for this stuff, actualy I guess its just the cap thats special.

    http://www.covingtoninnovations.com/hc110/hc110n.jpg

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    Did you ever take a Chemistry class???? They make rubber stoppers for test tubes with a little hole in it to put things in.

    http://www.rubbermill.com/stopper1hole.html

    Now finding a place where you don't have to buy them in bulk might be an issue. Good luck.

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    they are used for dispensing children's medication with a blunt syringe. Available at any drugstore, cheap. Also fits rodinal bottles quite well.

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    In Canada we pharmacists call them plastic amber prescription bottles. Made by Jones Packaging. Glass also available. Ask your local pharmacist if they can order you some.
    http://www.jonespackaging.com/prescr...rsbottles.html

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    Also fits rodinal bottles quite well
    You bet. I like my Rodinal 1-100 or 1-200 so very little is needed

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    Its not a special cap that you need, its an "adaptor" that comes packaged with a childs medicine dosing syringe. I picked up mine at the local pharmacy for less than $3. The syringe is marked in ml. The brand name on it is "EZY DOSE" 10ml oral syringe with dosage korc(sic)--VERY HANDY little gadget!! I just ran into my dr and looked at my spare--its priced at $1.89.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stwb View Post
    In Canada we pharmacists call them plastic amber prescription bottles. Made by Jones Packaging. Glass also available. Ask your local pharmacist if they can order you some.
    http://www.jonespackaging.com/prescr...rsbottles.html
    I told a pharmacist what I needed and why. She gave me a couple amber glass prescription bottles saying that she had always wanted a dark room but had never had the time. She thought it was great I was doing this in my retirement. It gave her hope that she might still do it. Strange where are dreams are, and that some can be satisfied so cheaply.
    John Powers

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    Boston Rounds

    Quote Originally Posted by jp80874 View Post
    ...amber glass prescription bottles...
    Boston Rounds. Amber and clear in a wide range of
    sizes are available in narrow and wide mouth and with
    a variety of caps. A standard for chemical storage.
    Search Google for, boston rounds .
    Many suppliers. Dan



 

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