Just curious as to how everyone here measures their concentrates for mixing. I know some have the side portion you squeeze up, kind of like Sta-Bil , but not all. Looking to see if anyone has any better ideas than what I do.
The "Tip n pour" available at Lesco is great for measuring small quantities, and various squeeze and pour self-measuring containers are also great for those one ounce per gallon situations. Just be sure to label them carefully and include the rates. Best to paste a whole label on the bottle and wrap with wide plastic tape.
Like Riggle said, just buy Tip-N-Pours. I have a ton of them and won't use anything else. They range in precision widely enough to handle ANY chemical. No rinsing measuring cups, no cross contamination, and no messes ever.