Jul 13, 2011 at 7:20 am #1276654
I have decided to add more accessory items to my website. This week I added mini dropper bottles because there is no reason to carry a full heavy bottle of something when you can repackage everything into these. I have 3mL, 6mL, 10mL, and 15mL. The bottles are clear which makes seeing whats inside nice. They have removable inserts so filling is a breeze. Possible uses include repackaging Aqua Mira Drops, DEET, Bug Repellent, Liquid Soap, Sunscreen, Hand Sanitiziers, Olive Oil, Hot Sauce, and other Condiments. The price is $4.00 for all four.
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LawsonJul 18, 2011 at 11:12 pm #1760756
Noel TavanBPL Member
How well do they seal?Jul 19, 2011 at 8:30 am #1760841
They are the highest quality pharmaceutical/food grade bottles so there are no issues with the seal. I am sure I have a biased opinion though so maybe another person who ordered them could comment.Jul 19, 2011 at 8:31 am #1760843
@troutLocale: Long Beach
I have a bunch of these, they seal very well. I keep stuff like sunblock and aquamira in themJul 19, 2011 at 1:47 pm #1760927
Noel TavanBPL Member
Thanks guys, just bought a couple set of bottles. I look forward to using them!Jul 25, 2011 at 5:12 pm #1762944
The dropper bottles are back instock and ready to ship.
LawsonJul 26, 2011 at 3:13 pm #1763300
I just received 5 sets and they'll definately serve the purpose I need them for. I'm filling them with suntan lotion, Dr Bronners, insect repellent, and Aquamira. They will be mailed in my resupply packages along the PCT mid-August….THANKSJul 27, 2011 at 7:09 am #1763537
lawson are these dishwasher safe or will they melt in that kind of heat?Jul 27, 2011 at 10:40 am #1763630
Todd HeinBPL Member
@todd1960Locale: Coastal Southern California
I think the "A" part of AM should be in an opaque bottle…Jul 27, 2011 at 11:01 am #1763637
@water-2Locale: pacific nw
will you get larger sizes at all? For instance my wife would love to have a dropper bottle for contact solution for our week-2 week vacations. She thinks she uses about an oz or 2 a week for her contacts. I think more towards 2oz a week, which seems high, but, I dont wear contacts and can't say for certain.
I can see some larger dropper sizes like these but they are all sold in units of 100….haha
awesome wares at your shop Lawson!Jul 27, 2011 at 11:09 am #1763644
Thanks for everyone's business.
As far as dishwasher safe goes, yes they are. I just added that to the site along with BPA free.
As far as the Aqua Mira in an opaque container goes. Chad Pointdexter with Sticks blog pointed this out to me so I tried checking up on this with Aqua Mira but they didn't return my call or email so I really can't confirm or deny. I also inquired about drop size so it would be easy to convert my bottles drop size to their's but until I hear back from them I don't know this either. My bottles drop size is 3mL 42uL, 6mL 40uL, 10mL 40uL, 15ml 40uL.
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