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Wooden Stir Sticks
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Wooden paint stir sticks
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Wooden Stir Sticks Customer Questions and Answers

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How thick are these stirrers? Prefer to have 4 mm to stir epoxy. Thanks!

Asked on 09/15/2011 by Diane Barton

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The paint sticks are .15 inch thick or 3.9 mm.

Answered on 09/15/2011 by DANIEL FILLINGIM
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That was a fast response! Thanks Ryan!

Answered on 09/18/2011 by Diane Barton

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not very strong and they seem to break in half all to often.

Answered on 09/20/2011 by FIVE-STAR PRINTWEAR

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The ones I have measure 3.75mm thick.

Answered on 09/15/2011 by ANTHONY BARR

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Thanks Daniel!

Answered on 09/18/2011 by Diane Barton

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Thanks James!

Answered on 09/18/2011 by Diane Barton

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4 mm is the thickness.

Answered on 09/15/2011 by JAMES MURRAY

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Thanks Chris! What a good idea for the garden (if I ever get around to getting it done...ha)

Answered on 09/18/2011 by Diane Barton

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Exactly what I need! Thanks Bernet!

Answered on 09/18/2011 by Diane Barton

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They are just about 4mm.

Answered on 09/15/2011 by Ryan L
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What is the 50 pk? is that just a pack of 50... if you order quantity of 1 thats 20 pieces?

Asked on 10/13/2015 by Whitney Morfitt

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They come in 10" or 14" long in a pack of 20 pieces. The 14" has a price break if you order 50 of the 20 packs (1000 pieces) at $3.97 per 20 vrs. $4.42 per 20 for less than 50 20 packs (1000).

Answered on 10/13/2015 by Rick White
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Whitney: I ordered 1 pack and received 20 pieces, each 10 inches long. I did not order the 14 inch OR a 50 pack, so I'm afraid I have not knowledge of these listings. I can say that they are high quality with no knots or voids or warping ! Hope this helps...

Answered on 10/13/2015 by JOHN GATTEY

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But if they come in packs of 20 and you order 50 packs, you'll get 1000 sticks.

Answered on 10/13/2015 by SARAH SPEAKER

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If you order one pack, you will get 50 stir sticks. They are about 10-12" long, like you get at Home Depot when you buy a gallon of paint.

Answered on 10/13/2015 by SARAH SPEAKER
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What is the weight per thousand sticks, 14" length? yes

Asked on 02/18/2014 by Gary Johnson

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Hi Gary, The sticks are 1-1/8"x9-7/8". The carton identifies a MI-based firm as the manufacturer of the carton. The only other writing on it is the JD label.

Answered on 02/19/2014 by MICHAEL CLAUDON
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I had two other questions. What are the actual dimensions of the sticks? Where do they ship from? Thanks Michael.

Answered on 02/18/2014 by Gary Johnson

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I'd say about 10 pounds.

Answered on 02/18/2014 by MICHAEL CLAUDON
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how many 14" sticks come in 1 box?

Asked on 08/01/2014 by candace fisher

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Hello, These Stir sticks are sold by the piece. I just order what I need for the next 3-6 months. In my case, it is usually 100 or 200 pieces. They always ahip in one box and arrive promptly. I hope this helps.

Answered on 08/02/2014 by HAROLD DOHN
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10

Answered on 08/02/2014 by DAVID FRASE
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what is the thickness of the 14"?

Asked on 05/15/2014 by Peggy Byrd

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Thickness of the stir sticks is a consistant 1/8"

Answered on 05/15/2014 by HAROLD DOHN
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Approximately 1/8" Certainly more than 1/16" I've never had one break when stirring a thick slurry, but you certainly can not use it to pry open a closed lid. I find these stirrers of great quality for the use they're intended for.

Answered on 05/15/2014 by CHERYL CAMPBELL
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How are these stirring sticks packed?

Asked on 06/19/2013 by Undisclosed

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If you order them in bulk they come in a box.

Answered on 06/19/2013 by FIVE-STAR PRINTWEAR
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flat in a box.

Answered on 06/19/2013 by ANGELA WARD
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how wide are these sticks?

Asked on 05/31/2013 by Undisclosed

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1" wide

Answered on 06/03/2013 by EUGENE SENECAL
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The wooden stir sticks are 1 1/16 inch wide

Answered on 06/02/2013 by WILLIAM HANWAY
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How wide is this paint stick ?

Asked on 01/17/2013 by Tim Hopkins

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I have used mine up, but I measured a stick from lowe's and it is 1.25 inches wide. I think the sticks from Jamestown might be about that size or a little thinner. Their quality is better than the big box store's sticks.

Answered on 01/17/2013 by WILLIAM HANWAY
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1 inch

Answered on 01/17/2013 by TAMARA CLELAND
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how do u clean them?

Asked on 06/29/2012 by Undisclosed

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We do not clean them, we treat them as a single use item. We are an adhesives manufacturer and use them to help pour paste materials from a drum into smaller containers. We use them and dispose of them into our waste stream.

Answered on 07/02/2012 by RAYMOND WILLIAMS
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I don't. Students decorate them & use as shelf helpers in the library. At the end of the school year, I use them to start bonfires at our cottage. Start over every year with new paint sticks.

Answered on 06/29/2012 by ANN LOPER
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How wide are the 14" sticks. Also, if I cut the rounded portion off, how long would the bottom be? looking for blank wooden rectangles.

Asked on 03/04/2012 by RyRy S

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Off the top of my head they are about an inch to an inch and a half thick. I used them already and do not have any around to measure for you, sorry.

Answered on 03/05/2012 by BRANDY RINCK
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The stir sticks are 1" wide. Not sure where you are talking about cutting the stick off. It is 11" from the end of the stir stick to the beginning of the indentations on the side where the "handle"starts. The indentations are very clost to 1 1/16" long. Hope this helps.

Answered on 03/05/2012 by PHILLIP PIERCE
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