We usually buy perfume in the market, the bottle is almost sealed, but many friends think the design of perfume bottle is delicate, want to reuse. So how to open the perfume bottle? Here are a few tips.
How do you fill the bottle with perfume？
First of all, prepare an empty perfume bottle and a syringe, extract the perfume to be filled, and insert the needle along the gap at the interface of the perfume bottle nozzle when filling the perfume. This step is more difficult to operate, so be patient.
Because the inside of the perfume bottle is in a vacuum state, it may not be very convenient to inject the perfume, so be sure to put a syringe of perfume into the clean before pulling out.
How to open a perfume bottle？
Perfume bottles are generally made of aluminum sealed, if you want to open it can only be broken, otherwise difficult to open.
The reason for such setting is to not let perfume volatilize after contacting air.
To open the bottle, hold the neck of the bottle in a vise and twist the bottle gently to try to break the weld.
How does a perfume bottle taste？
If you collect an old perfume bottle, miniature model or neck too narrow to use a brush, you can easily rinse the interior by filling it 3/4 full with warm water, a little dish washing detergent and about a teaspoon of uncooked rice (if it’s medium to large, you can add more if you think you need it).
Seal the top and shake, shake, shake and rotate the rice.
If the glass is fragile, rotate it gently.
After cleaning, rinse off the grains of rice and soapy water, then air dry (without lid or cork).
If there is a white film or hard skin deposit, try soaking it in a 50/50 vinegar and warm water solution for a few hours or even overnight (fill to the top).
Discard the liquid, then add warm soapy water and uncooked rice, and proceed as described above.
If the bottle is empty: Pour ammonia into it until the cork floats.
Set aside for a few days.
The cork should spoil from the ammonia, and after a few days it will get smaller and won’t fall out.
If it’s not empty: First pour the liquid into a glass bottle or jar and seal it.
If there is a cork in the liquid, it can be poured through a cheesecloth or a coffee filter.
Then try the ammonia technique above on the now empty container to remove the cork.
Here are some tips to get rid of the stains and grime that build up inside the vase: Add vinegar and stay overnight.
Try orange slices (or other citrus fruits such as lemon or grapefruit) and stay overnight.
Make a paste of tartar and water, slather on it and let it sit for a while.
Soak in warm water and denture cleaner tablets or packets.
Try soaking in ammonia overnight to get rid of odors: Pour a solution of water and baking soda into a vase and let it sit for a few hours.
If the process is not repeated, it should be washed and the smell should disappear.
Post time: Jun-29-2021