They always seem to get the job done. I can never make them get past 2ml, but thats okay. The bulb also seems to break open about after 3 uses. But they are throw away droppers. So I recommend them for a one day project. :)
by Fishing 4 Bubbles
I always measure out my Fragrance and Essential oils when I make soaps. I plan out my recipes carefully and like to get the maximum usage out of each bottle of oils. These droppers allow me to keep my costs down by not wasting any precious fragrance oils. I purchased 50 at a very affordable price. I keep a cup of warm, soapy water in my work station as I make soaps. Immediately after using a pipette, I suck up some soapy water, squeeze it out, and suck some more up (to rinse the inside), then let the pipette soak as I continue to work. I wash them more thoroughly when I am done making soap for the day. This keeps me moving quickly when I am making a lot of different soaps at a time. Very little scent "sticks" to the pipettes, if any, and I haven't noticed any type of scent transfer. Love these things!
Don't make soap without them!
They are inexpensive enough to throw away after each use! I love these and I love them enough I hate to throw them away at all!!
I have over 100 different essential/fragrance oils and have paired each bottle with its own dropper ... just use, flush in soapy water, and tape to the bottle to air dry until next time. These fit the 8oz bottle too. No cross scenting my fragrances, that easy.
I do not want to soap without these. I hate pouring essential oils and fragrance oils into little measuring spoons and spilling expensive oils onto my counter, or spilling too much into a batch of soap. These droppers make measuring oils precise and easy, and I never spill even a drop. These droppers are a must have in my soaping arsenal.
If you are like me and are afraid to use the by eye method for pouring fragrance use the droppers. They are easy to clean (some more intense oils take a little more effort to get rid of the scent) and so easy to read the measurements on the dropper.