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I can only imagine the pain I would experience if I used my wife's mixer in the garage. Thanks COL. I am going to fill the chapin tank up with water and give it a whirl. I am leaning, without having tried any of them, towards the one on the top since it's the longest and least costly.Colonel K0rn said:My wife and I were just talking about kitchen appliances, and her red kitchen aid popped into mind.
I use the Blue Hawk one that's pictured at the bottom. I use that on my 20 gallon tow behind and the Chapin 24V.
For lower viscosity liquids like water the plastic will work the best. High viscosity liquids like dry wall mud the steel mixer would be the best choice.Movingshrub said:The title says it all.
Prices from top to bottom: $6, $7, $7.5, and $8.
Anyone have input before I just try them all out and make a guess on my own?
Good point. I was advised by TheGrassFactor, that something I wanted to mix was going to be pretty viscous, where as Celsius + certainty + water, isn't very thick at all. So I may need two. Do you all use your mixers only for lawn stuff? I am usually mixing drywall mud and paint by hand; it would be nice to pull double duty with these items.high leverage said:For lower viscosity liquids like water the plastic will work the best. High viscosity liquids like dry wall mud the steel mixer would be the best choice.