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MixerMate Pitchers

  

Designed for serving, storing, mixing, and shaking, the MixerMate Pitcher is made to be versatile. Its see-through base has easy-to-read capacity markings. The pitcher fits conveniently in most refrigerator doors and is easy to grab with its ergonomic and comfortable handle.

  • See through bases have easy-to-read capacity markings.
  • Bottles fit conveniently in most refrigerator doors.
  • Dishwasher safe away from heating element.
  • Soft material cap for a better grip
  • Wide opening for easy entry and cleaning
  • Ergonomic and comfortable handle
  • Great for serving, storing, mixing, shaking
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3 QT MixerMate Pitcher
3 QT MixerMate Pitcher : (#YE59)
 
 
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Racer Red
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Price: $14.99
Color: Racer Red
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3 Qt MixerMate Pitchers
3 Qt MixerMate Pitchers : (#7E59)
 
 
Available Colors
Racer Red
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1 Gal MixerMate Pitchers
1 Gal MixerMate Pitchers : (#7E60)
 
 
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Racer Red
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MixerMate Pitchers is rated 2.2 out of 5 by 138.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from These aren’t that hard to clean! We have two of these (1 gallon version) that we’ve used for over a year for Sweet Tea (the house wine of the South) made with pure, uncut Stevia. One of the big factors for us is that we can fit two of these side-by-side on our refrigerator door. Yes, the lids leave something to be desired. We often have to pour sideways because the lid doesn’t always point forward when tightened enough to not leak. I find that disappointing, I’ve seen many vessels with fixed, mold-resistant gaskets that are problem-free, and am surprised that Rubbermaid settled for this. I’m looking for a better gasket in my copious free time, and will probably sell them to owners of this pitcher when I do (since RM doesn’t sell any parts for these). CLEANING THE LID: Yes, the design of the lid promotes mold growth in environments where mold is common, particularly if the humid South. However, cleaning this isn’t difficult—pull out the gasket and clean it and the underside of the lid with a small cleaning brush (or a toothbrush), hot water and dish soap. If it’s gotten particularly bad, the same solution used below for the pitcher body will do the trick. CLEANING THE BODY: It’s an unfortunate truth that ANY plastic jug used to store things like tea, coffee, or other strongly colored drinks will discolor quickly, and pitchers left unrefrigerated are a free pool party for mold. Contrary to what some Hi k, there are brushes that are made for cleaning this sort of pitcher—even inside the handle. In our case, we’ve developed a process that’s quick, easy and brushless: 1. Pour about 1/2 cup of chlorine bleach into the empty pitcher. 2. Follow with about 2cups of hot water. 3. Screw the lid on TIGHT. 4. With one hand on the top keeping the spout closed and one hand on the bottom, shake the pitcher as hard as you can to agitate the solution and help it reach the entire inside surface. If there are still stains visible after a few minutes, turn the pitcher so that the solution covers the stain, agitating gently. DO NOT let the bleach sit in the jug any longer than necessary. 5. When the inside stains are gone, remove the lid and carefully pour the solution down the drain. 6. Rinse several times with clear water, using the same agitation methods used above. 7. Fill the pitcher about 1/3 full with hot water, add a good squirt of dish detergent, replace the lid tightly and shake for a couple of minutes. 8. Rinse thoroughly to remove the detergent. HINT: If you put clear water in the pitcher and shake it, you shouldn’t see ant foam or suds. 9. Drain, wipe dry and admire your handiwork. We do this every week or so, whenever I notice the need. It works for us!
Date published: 2018-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How To Clean I have two of these...one for tea, one for water. I have no issue whatsoever with the construction of the lids. I have had both of these for 10 years now. To clean the tea Gallon, which expectantly gets stained, I boil 1 gallon of water to fill the container, but first I add approx 1 cup of non- chlorine bleach...the whitening agent here is Hydrogen Peroxide, which is not toxic or harmful. I do this in the morning and empty & clean out when I get home from work. Works perfect.
Date published: 2018-09-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from LEAKS! Bought 2 Both Leak No Matter How Hard I Tighten. 16 Bucks Down The Drain.
Date published: 2018-09-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from UNCLEANABLE This is an awful product. It's impossible to clean, at least by hand. It took only a couple of times making iced tea in it to leave dark spots in places that cannot be reached. Truly disappointing, for any price.
Date published: 2018-08-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Same cleaning issues and leaking problems I have had 5 of these, 3 currently in use. They all have the same problems. Impossible to clean the handles. The tops leak. I contacted customer support THREE YEARS AGO and was told they would LOOK INTO THE LEAKING ISSUE and I could use a bottle brush on the handle. Obviously they have done nothing about the leaking and nobody in customer support has actually used a bottle brush in their life. I have solved most of my cleaning issues. I finally found a cleaning brush on eBay from China that is VERY long and can reach down inside the handle but it is a struggle. I also fill the container 1/3 full of ice and shake it to remove stains and mold/mildew every week or so.
Date published: 2018-07-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like the pitchers, but the gaskets... I have two, but on one of them the gasket fell out (somewhere) and now I can't use it because it leaks terribly. I tried to get a replacement gasket on the website, but it says no replacement parts are available. A disappointment since there's no reason to throw away the pitcher, but if you can't get a replacement gasket it's semi-useless.
Date published: 2018-07-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Pitcher Leaks Badly I bought this a month ago to replace an older Rubbermaid pitcher I'd had for years. This pitcher leaks very badly, no matter how tight the lid is on. It leaks when I lightly swish a powered drink to mix it, so I started using a spoon and stirring, however, it also leaks when you pour (from the lid threads).
Date published: 2018-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is for those griping about Tea stains I have 2 of these that both sit in the door of my fridge, 1 for iced tea and 1 for water. I have no issues whatsoever with the construction, the lids, etc. Yes the iced tea container gets disgusting from the tea stains. This would be true of ANY non glass container. My solution: I mix 1c of chlorine free bleach (more environmentally safe) and boil enough water to fill rest of container. I then let sit for the day while I'm at work, come home, empty and make sure to get bleach smell out, which isn't that difficult. Any bleach will work if you are a brand snob (ie; Clorox), I'm just super environmentally conscious ...if your picture is super nasty from tea stains you may have to use more bleach the initial time. I have had both containers for more than 10 years and both are still in perfect condition in regards to construction, including the lids....this has turned me into a brand snob for all my food storage needs....I LOVE RUBBERMAID!!!!!
Date published: 2018-05-02
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MixerMate Pitchers is rated 2.2 out of 5 by 138.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from These aren’t that hard to clean! We have two of these (1 gallon version) that we’ve used for over a year for Sweet Tea (the house wine of the South) made with pure, uncut Stevia. One of the big factors for us is that we can fit two of these side-by-side on our refrigerator door. Yes, the lids leave something to be desired. We often have to pour sideways because the lid doesn’t always point forward when tightened enough to not leak. I find that disappointing, I’ve seen many vessels with fixed, mold-resistant gaskets that are problem-free, and am surprised that Rubbermaid settled for this. I’m looking for a better gasket in my copious free time, and will probably sell them to owners of this pitcher when I do (since RM doesn’t sell any parts for these). CLEANING THE LID: Yes, the design of the lid promotes mold growth in environments where mold is common, particularly if the humid South. However, cleaning this isn’t difficult—pull out the gasket and clean it and the underside of the lid with a small cleaning brush (or a toothbrush), hot water and dish soap. If it’s gotten particularly bad, the same solution used below for the pitcher body will do the trick. CLEANING THE BODY: It’s an unfortunate truth that ANY plastic jug used to store things like tea, coffee, or other strongly colored drinks will discolor quickly, and pitchers left unrefrigerated are a free pool party for mold. Contrary to what some Hi k, there are brushes that are made for cleaning this sort of pitcher—even inside the handle. In our case, we’ve developed a process that’s quick, easy and brushless: 1. Pour about 1/2 cup of chlorine bleach into the empty pitcher. 2. Follow with about 2cups of hot water. 3. Screw the lid on TIGHT. 4. With one hand on the top keeping the spout closed and one hand on the bottom, shake the pitcher as hard as you can to agitate the solution and help it reach the entire inside surface. If there are still stains visible after a few minutes, turn the pitcher so that the solution covers the stain, agitating gently. DO NOT let the bleach sit in the jug any longer than necessary. 5. When the inside stains are gone, remove the lid and carefully pour the solution down the drain. 6. Rinse several times with clear water, using the same agitation methods used above. 7. Fill the pitcher about 1/3 full with hot water, add a good squirt of dish detergent, replace the lid tightly and shake for a couple of minutes. 8. Rinse thoroughly to remove the detergent. HINT: If you put clear water in the pitcher and shake it, you shouldn’t see ant foam or suds. 9. Drain, wipe dry and admire your handiwork. We do this every week or so, whenever I notice the need. It works for us!
Date published: 2018-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How To Clean I have two of these...one for tea, one for water. I have no issue whatsoever with the construction of the lids. I have had both of these for 10 years now. To clean the tea Gallon, which expectantly gets stained, I boil 1 gallon of water to fill the container, but first I add approx 1 cup of non- chlorine bleach...the whitening agent here is Hydrogen Peroxide, which is not toxic or harmful. I do this in the morning and empty & clean out when I get home from work. Works perfect.
Date published: 2018-09-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from LEAKS! Bought 2 Both Leak No Matter How Hard I Tighten. 16 Bucks Down The Drain.
Date published: 2018-09-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from UNCLEANABLE This is an awful product. It's impossible to clean, at least by hand. It took only a couple of times making iced tea in it to leave dark spots in places that cannot be reached. Truly disappointing, for any price.
Date published: 2018-08-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Same cleaning issues and leaking problems I have had 5 of these, 3 currently in use. They all have the same problems. Impossible to clean the handles. The tops leak. I contacted customer support THREE YEARS AGO and was told they would LOOK INTO THE LEAKING ISSUE and I could use a bottle brush on the handle. Obviously they have done nothing about the leaking and nobody in customer support has actually used a bottle brush in their life. I have solved most of my cleaning issues. I finally found a cleaning brush on eBay from China that is VERY long and can reach down inside the handle but it is a struggle. I also fill the container 1/3 full of ice and shake it to remove stains and mold/mildew every week or so.
Date published: 2018-07-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like the pitchers, but the gaskets... I have two, but on one of them the gasket fell out (somewhere) and now I can't use it because it leaks terribly. I tried to get a replacement gasket on the website, but it says no replacement parts are available. A disappointment since there's no reason to throw away the pitcher, but if you can't get a replacement gasket it's semi-useless.
Date published: 2018-07-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Pitcher Leaks Badly I bought this a month ago to replace an older Rubbermaid pitcher I'd had for years. This pitcher leaks very badly, no matter how tight the lid is on. It leaks when I lightly swish a powered drink to mix it, so I started using a spoon and stirring, however, it also leaks when you pour (from the lid threads).
Date published: 2018-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is for those griping about Tea stains I have 2 of these that both sit in the door of my fridge, 1 for iced tea and 1 for water. I have no issues whatsoever with the construction, the lids, etc. Yes the iced tea container gets disgusting from the tea stains. This would be true of ANY non glass container. My solution: I mix 1c of chlorine free bleach (more environmentally safe) and boil enough water to fill rest of container. I then let sit for the day while I'm at work, come home, empty and make sure to get bleach smell out, which isn't that difficult. Any bleach will work if you are a brand snob (ie; Clorox), I'm just super environmentally conscious ...if your picture is super nasty from tea stains you may have to use more bleach the initial time. I have had both containers for more than 10 years and both are still in perfect condition in regards to construction, including the lids....this has turned me into a brand snob for all my food storage needs....I LOVE RUBBERMAID!!!!!
Date published: 2018-05-02
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