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No it will not fit a Dremel
Amazon Customer
· April 15, 2020
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I don't know....I bought it to mix epoxy....it's rubbery and not too stiff so peanut butter might be too thick for this tool
Mardi Cameron
· December 23, 2018
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I am not a scientist but my experience would suggest, that if kept in its original packaging, and stored out of direct sunlight it should last a lifetime.
James
· February 11, 2022
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This isn't designed for thrust, more likely you would go backwards. When the drill is engaged, it literally "sucks" the upper epoxy, dyes, sparkles, and takes them to the bottom. Besides, the material is silicone like...not firm to produce thrust.
David W.
· June 22, 2022
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I bought this to mix resin and it works very well for that. I think it would not stand up to repeated use due to the heavy consistency of dry wall mud. I use a metal mixing wand for drywall and have had no problems with it. The metal unit costs a little more but is the right tool for the job.
James
· April 24, 2022
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the handle portion is approx. 9inches long
Dennis
· September 13, 2021
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No along as you stir real slow
Ted Bruce
· March 1, 2021
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It is easy enough to clean, the resin doesn't stick to the blades and can be wiped off with a rag or paper towel. Let the resin drip or run off as much as you can and then wipe. Make sure you are using a disposable rag as it will turn into a board once the resin sets up.
James
· June 2, 2022
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No
Egeden
Seller · February 21, 2021