I had been thinking about these cup lids and finally grabbed a few yesterday. I had to make a Walmart grocery pickup yesterday and Sonic has a strategically placed Sonic hamburger joint positioned directly across from the main entrance to the store. Naturally, I'm a sucker for a chocolate shake, so...
I ordered a medium chocolate shake, with saving the lid firmly on my mind. I pulled into one of the stalls when a nice lady walked up to me and informed me that they were only taking orders through the drive-through because of a shortage of employees. Cool, this was even better being as the person waiting on me would be right beside a stack of the nice cups lids. Otherwise, it would have been iffy asking a server at a booth to go back in and bring me some cup lids...or, to order them over the speaker. Any how, I ask the young guy who handed me my milkshake if I could have a couple of extra lids...he was a tad surprised/confused but he handed me three extra lids! Maybe the element of surprise got'im!
Anyhow, these fit 20-ounce styrofoam cups and, from what I can tell, 16-ounce cups...I start my pepper and tomato seedlings in 20-ounce cups so I've already got those...nice and deep, easy to poke holes in at the bottom, and insulated.
I'm thinking, though, that the cups might be a bit deep for starting seeds in as the top surface will be a long way from the water in the tray...??? The dome seems like it will make a nice humid environment for starting seedlings in but yet have a nice open area above for air exchange...kinda like a muggy south Alabama bog...high humidity but open to the sky. Here's what I'm talking about... Feedback welcome!