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    I have been using some nice graduated shot glasses for a month or so before the markings wore off >

    Has anyone found glasses that retain their markings, and if so where do ya get em :-?

  • #2
    Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?

    I bought one only this week for $6.50 so too early to comment with regards to longevity of markings.
    Shame I dont work in a lab anymore, never a shortage of high quality glassware!

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    • #3
      Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?


      I just noticed that mine are the same as those with the red graduations sold by Coffee Parts.

      Im wondering if the markings are not dishwasher safe :

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      • #4
        Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?

        i need one of them as well, just gestimating atm

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        • #5
          Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?

          Ive had mine for several years, bought originally from CoffeeParts, and the graduation (black) lines have not deteriorated at all. Maybe you could use some of that hobby glazing paint that you fire in a standard oven? Might be more permanent?

          Mal.

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          • #6
            Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?

            Mine are not just graduated lines but actual readings as well, in ml - oz - teaspoons & tablespoons. They are red - at least they were

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            • #7
              Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?

              i just ordered mine

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              • #8
                Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?

                Di Bartoli have them
                http://www.dibartoli.com.au/products.asp?cid=27

                But I prefer and own a
                Rattleware Measuring Glass
                includes a handle for comfortable grip & 2 spouts for drip-free pouring, Marked in 10 ml & 1/2 oz increments



                KK

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                • #9
                  Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?

                  Whatever you do find, hand wash only!
                  Never in the dish washer. I suspect thats where your earlier markings are now hiding.
                  Richard

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                  • #10
                    Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?

                    I buy mine by the 1/2 dozen from coffeeparts, and gentle hand-wash only. Dont use those green kitchen scrubbers or youll scratch the glass to pieces - I have one to prove it.

                    i buy them by the 1/2 dozen because Im a clutz and break everything all the time. wine glasses are my speciality, and I just broke one of my favourite 200ml tulip shaped coffee cups this morning (with my coffee in it) grrr.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?

                      Originally posted by 4F7A696B6D71080 link=1246502405/8#8 date=1247277164
                      I suspect thats where your earlier markings are now hiding
                      They are no doubt very clean by now :

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                      • #12
                        Re: Graduated Shot Glasses - Where?

                        I agree with KK above - I bought two Rattleware ones about 2 weeks ago from RealCoffee in Maitland and they are brilliant! They definitely dont go in the dishwasher though.

                        WIth buying the above, I retired the old graduated 30ml shot glasses that had lost their markings about a month after I purchased them (yes, cleaned in the dishwasher!).

                        The thing I particularly like about the RW ones is that, if you use narrow tall latte glasses, like I do, then they sit of their own accord in the top of the cups and you can let them drip every last drop of coffee out while youre texturing your milk.

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