Factory supplied 10oz single wall disposable hot coffee cup to Macedonia Factories

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 10oz single wall disposable hot coffee cup to Macedonia Factories

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Capacity Diameter(mm)
Top Bottom Height
2.5oz 47mm 34mm 47mm
4ozA 61mm 46mm 60mm
4oz 67mm 48mm 60mm
6oz 76.6mm 55mm 79mm
6ozA 74mm 48mm 82mm
7oz 73mm 53mm 79mm
7.5oz 70.3mm 47mm 90mm
8oz 80mm 55mm 90mm
9oz 76mm 53mm 95mm
10oz 80mm 55mm 109mm
10ozB 90mm 58.8mm 109mm
12oz 90mm 58.8mm 113mm
16oz 90mm 58.8mm 137mm

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    This year the wife has forbid me from trying to sow seeds in the garden this year — she told me she wants me to start with established plants like her parents do. She has good reason to do so, because my historical ratio of seeds planted/Food harvested is embarrassing. I got a cup of beans, a squash, and a couple handfuls of blackberries last year. However, whenever I am “forbidden” from doing something I channel my inner John Locke “Don’t tell me what I can’t do!!!” and so I found a loophole in the law — I am going to plant established plants, but I am not going to buy them, I am going to grow them indoors…
    I did not want to buy any more of those horrendous “jiffy” greenhouses. I keep buying them, and never get good results, besides from a prepper standpoint — they are not really sustainable — what happens if you cannot buy more of those little dry pellets?
    I have known about the wooden pot maker that makes seed pots from recycled newspaper for some time, but I just never got up the gumption to try it until the wife gave me a reason to. So I just ponied up the $20 and ordered one — ended up costing me $50 though because I cannot justify shipping on just one item so I got an apple corer and another mandolin slicer at the same time (which caused the wife to question why I keep getting packages in the mail….)
    My first impression was that it was much bigger than I imagined the wooded device to be. It is pretty hefty, and had a nice smooth, almost waxy finish — which works to release the pots. I went straight down to the workbench and made a couple.
    The directions are simple and printed on the box. (I will paraphrase them)
    Cut a strip of newspaper 4-6 inches wide and roll up on the pot maker.
    Press ends around base of maker and smash with wooden base.
    Slide off, fill with soil, plant seed — entire pot is planted in garden so as not to disturb root ball.
    That’s it — pretty simple.
    I did tend to cut too wide of a strip — easily remedied by ripping off excess in a similar fashion to how some of us menfolk try to wrap Christmas gifts and cut away the excess paper around the edges. (that might just be me)
    I also like to really grind the base into the wooden mandrel, I don’t know if it made a better seal, but I felt like it did.
    It felt a little awkward to pull the flimsy pot off of the wooded die, but once it was filled with dirt, I was very satisfied with the process.
    I think this is a great product, and for what it is, and for what it would take to make one (for those of us without a wood lathe) is a good value and I wish I would have bought one several years ago.
    Now all I have to hope for is that my seeds grow and I can harvest some vegitables this year because I don’t know how much more I can spend on gardening tools, seeds, and raised beds without showing some harvest…

    The product manager is a very hot and professional person, we have a pleasant conversation, and finally we reached a consensus agreement.

    5 Stars By Alexander 2016-11-05 17:06
    This is a reputable company, they have a high level of business management, good quality product and service, every cooperation is assured and delighted!

    5 Stars By Victoria 2015-11-25 10:08

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