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When your scale doesn't go down to the 100th gram? I have a recipe that I want to cut in half before trying. This means I'll need a scale that reads 1.25 grams. I've gone to tried and true Ol' Will and can't find it there. What do you suggest?

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Is it a dry product that you need 1.25 grams of or a wet one? It it's wet, convert small measurements to milliliters or drops.

I posted a page full of scales that did go that low, will search and find it again for you!

Wet ingredients. It's the conditioner recipe I want to try. I CAN convert to milliters can't I.....I didn't even think about that. I have a chart from the Ginger Garden that shows the conversions. The scales would be cool too. Thanks Bunny. :yay:

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I got my scale that measures in 1/100th of a gram from him and it has a stainless steel base (all my scales for B&B/candles have the stainless bases). But, I believe Lotioncrafters.com also has the metal bases. I am anal and create recipes in formulas and use grams (and I measure down to the 1/100th gram if necessary). If I find a recipe online I like, I convert it. I could not live without this small scale and I find it a very valuable tool.

Even my shipping scale from him (weighs up to 125 lbs I think) has a metal base.

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