These practical mixing, application, filleting and cleaning tools have found many places in our workshop toolboxes and we believe they will in yours, too. The squared, beveled end reaches into the square corners of your mixing pots for thorough mixing of epoxy and blending of fillers. It is also good for cleaning and removing the small ridges of uncured epoxy left from a filleting job. The opposite end of the tool is rounded, excellent for shaping clean, 3/8 radius fillets. Cured epoxy pops off easily, so the WEST System 804 can be reused many times. 3/4"-wide x 5-1/2".
February 10, 2022
They work well and are flexible enough to remove hardened material. I also like just using tong depressors get a pack of twenty for 4 or 5 bucks.
May 14, 2021
great for mixing small portions. also good for working in tight places.
June 24, 2020
stir stick was perfect for mixing the resin and liked how it can easily cleaned.
April 27, 2020
Much nicer than using wooden sticks, found epoxy cleans off very well after use, so no problem reusing several times.
September 28, 2018
Usually I stop and cut my own stir sticks but these are handy to reach for when I get lazy or pressed for time
December 15, 2017
While I frequently use Popsicle sticks or other wood scraps, these plastic mixing sticks are much more useful. Good for mixing of course but also for cleaning epoxy oozes, making fillets, filling dings and they are reusable.
December 9, 2015
Perfect for my mixing purposes.
July 31, 2015
These little things are indispensable for filleting, spreading and cleaning up putties, etc. I just wish they came in more sizes.
October 4, 2014
OK, I know that you think that a stick is just a stick. But do yourself a favor and spend a couple of bucks on these purpose-made mixing sticks. You'll be glad that you did.
May 26, 2010
We purchased these sticks for an unusual use. Annually we have a End-of-School Party for our youth group. This year we are doing a mission trip in the states and working with Habitat & "Give Kids the World" organizations. Therefore, our theme was Extreme Home Makeover. We used paint drop clothes for table clothes and empty paint cans for our condiments and the paint stirrers for spreading the condiments. They worked perfectly!