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Uses of Laboratory Spatula?

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A laboratory spatula does not look like a typical kitchen spatula. Instead, it looks more like a small paddle or shovel. A scientist uses a laboratory spatula to mix solutions and scoop materials. Laboratory spatulas are also used in the cosmetics industry to mix hair coloring and liquid cosmetics. They can also be used to scoop out the last bit of make-up from a small bottle. Hobbyists may use spatulas to mix hobby paint or bonding solutions for building and repairing models.
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