250ml Cobalt Blue Plastic Bottle With Spray
Stunning 250ml capacity cobalt blue PET plastic bottle comes complete with an atomiser spray head. Made from high gloss PET plastic, this bottle is both lightweight and shatterproof. If you are looking for a simple yet effective way to reduced transport costs and breakages, this bottle is definitely something to consider.
When it comes to adding your own branding, the tubular shape lends itself perfectly. Whilst the small capacity is ideal for housing your travel and hotel amenity products.
The atomiser spray head allows the end-user to dispense the product within in a fine mist and even application, great for self-tanning solutions, body fragrances, room and linen sprays. Products that have a thin/ water-based consistency.
PLEASE NOTE: This product is part of our PCR10 range. This means post-consumer recycled and refers to any material that has already been used by consumers and placed back into the manufacturing process. So while this bottle is not only fully recyclable. At least 10% of the materials used to make it, have already been previously recycled.
All the post-consumer recycled material used in these products will be sourced from the UK wherever possible, in order to further reduce the carbon footprint that these new products create.
Price includes 24mm Standard Atomiser Spray
The bottle comes with a 24mm Atomiser spray head. A finger-press spray for dispensing thinner liquids in a light mist. The spray head has a clear over-cap, stops accidental use during transit, and a standard length dip tube (The clear plastic tube that sits in the bottle) This may need to be trimmed prior to use. (simply cut with scissors) Choose from black or white colour options.
- Price for the 250ml Cobalt Blue Plastic Bottle With Spray
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