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Are you looking for wholesale glass dropper bottles?
The Bottle Depot provides high-quality bottles suited for carrying product samples if you're looking for a wholesale bottle with a dropper built for a specific purpose. Bulk empty glass dropper bottles in various colors, styles, sizes, and finishes with multiple colors, such as cobalt blue, green, black UV, and amber. Keep in mind that the colors have different qualities, and you might need to choose more than one.
What types of glass dropper bottles can you find in The Bottle Depot?
Our 4 oz. (118 ml) clear glass Boston round bottle has a round base and a 20-400 continuous thread neck finish and is ideal for essential oils, perfumes, room sprays, lotions, massage oils, and other products.VIEW PRODUCTS
Our 60 ml glass Boston round bottle has a circular base and a 20-400 continuous thread neck, making it ideal for storing corrosive chemicals or any other substance that requires an airtight seal.VIEW PRODUCTS
This classic, clear 1-ounce (30-ml) Boston round bottle is ideal for various applications, from liquids to powders. 20-400 Neck Finish.VIEW PRODUCTS
Our glass dropper set is great for storing essential oils, perfumes, cologne, and hair oil, and it has a capacity of 10ml.VIEW PRODUCT
Can you reuse glass dropper bottles?
Glass dropper bottles are recyclable but have to be thoroughly cleaned the bottles before recycling instead of throwing them away. There are various ways to reuse leftover bottles and continue to profit from them, such as creating custom perfumes, containers for bath essentials, DIY insect repellents, and more.
What colors of wholesale dropper bottles can you find in The Bottle Depot?
The Bottle Depot sells wholesale dropper bottles in various colors, including amber, black UV, green, and cobalt blue bottles.
Killing the microorganisms ranging from molds, viruses, and bacteria to algae, yeast, and potentially dangerous organisms such as e-coli and giardia is the primary use of UV radiation. UV Water Bottles from Infinity Jars harness the sun's natural power for good.
Our glass blocks all visible light rays (which cause deterioration), but UV-A and infrared wavelengths pass through. As a result, our UV glass sets these bottles apart from all other standard bottles.VIEW BLACK BOTTLES
Amber glass can give good UV protection since it absorbs practically all light wavelengths below 450 nanometers.
It's also capable of filtering blue light. As a result, it's the ideal material for storing light-sensitive items. As a result, this color is popular among essential oil companies, pharmaceutical companies, and plant-based products.VIEW AMBER BOTTLES
Green glass containers for light-sensitive food, beverage, and cosmetic goods provide UV light protection.
Each glass color provides varying degrees of UV protection, with amber providing the most, cobalt providing a medium level of security, and green providing the least.VIEW GREEN BOTTLES
Cobalt glass can provide adequate UV protection because it absorbs more light than clear glass containers. However, dependent on the product you're packing. It provides some UV protection and, like amber, may interest some UV rays. It cannot, however, filter blue light.
It's become more popular to use Cobalt glass rather than amber glass at work because Cobalt glass leaves a more excellent appearance, which helps the product stand out on the shelves. As a result, it is most common in packaging pharmaceutical and pharmacy items.VIEW COBALT BLUE BOTTLES
How do you sterilize glass dropper bottles?
With our easy 5-step process for cleaning glass bottles, you'll be refilling with confidence and preventing contamination!
Is your bottle empty? Oil-based products, such as serums, should not be flushed but can be recycled.
After emptying the bottle, rinse it briefly to remove any remaining product. Then, soak the container in soapy water overnight to help loosen any labels and clean it.SWIPE RIGHT TO STEP 2
Remove labels. Soak the bottles. It depends on how long this may take some elbow grease. Spray with isopropyl alcohol (70%) to remove any remaining stickiness, and then rinse with warm water.
After de-labeling, rinse the bottles twice with warm water to remove any remaining soap.SWIPE RIGHT TO STEP 3
After ten minutes, remove your bottles with a pair of tongs; they will be boiling, so place them on a surface to cool before handling.SWIPE RIGHT TO STEP 4
After your glass bottles have entirely cooled, rinse them in 70% isopropyl alcohol.
To sanitize glass bottles, completely submerge them in water. Then, pour just enough isopropyl alcohol into each bottle to clean it if you're confident you can clean the entire inside surface of the bottle.SWIPE RIGHT TO STEP 5
Place a new paper towel on a clean surface.
Place each bottle upside down on a paper towel to dry.
It would be best to wait until the bottles have dried before refilling. It is critical to wait for all alcohol and residual water to evaporate before refilling or reusing completely. The best way to make sure you're at the right pace is not to rush things and let them dry overnight.VIEW MORE ON THE BLOG
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