We were given a Pampered Chef Mini Measure-All Cup as a gift, and we've found it has its pros and cons. We use ours mainly to measure thin liquids (milk, water, juice, etc.) and dry goods (flour, sugar, etc.). Unfortunately, because it's so hard to clean, we hesitate to use it with pastes and viscous liquids (peanut butter, honey, etc.), which are exactly the things we were most hoping it would measure neatly. We still use it, but not as much as we had hoped we would. Ease of Cleaning Our biggest annoyance with our Pampered Chef Mini Measure-All Cup is that it is not dishwasher-safe. It can be a bit difficult to hand-wash, because the plunger fits quite tightly into the cup, so disassembling it can be tough. When it's not dirty enough to be worth taking it apart, we use a small bottle-brush and plenty of hot water, and that usually does the trick. Durability We were afraid that our Pampered Chef Mini Measure-All Cup would start to leak, but it still fits together as snugly as ever. We haven't had any cracks, plunger failures or other durability issues either. Design The measuring marks are easy to read, and the pour spout is great. The plunger can be a bit stiff and hard to use, especially with sticky ingredients like peanut butter, but eventually we've gotten better at managing that. Mostly, we wish it were easier to clean.