All Things Being Eco - 210ml Clear Cylinder Foamer Bottle
All Things Being Eco
This 210ml Clear Cylinder Foamer Bottle is modern and chic as well as being the perfect size for travelling, providing to guests staying over or creating sample sizes of your products. Featuring a natural foam pump, this economical and fun foamer bottle will produce a moussed final product, making it the perfect packaging option for handmade products including hand soaps, facial cleansers and body washes.
* DUE TO THE WORLD WIDE SHORTAGE OF BOTTLES WE HAVE A LIMIT OF FOUR PER CUSTOMER* if you do purchase more than 4 online, we will refund you the ones that we will not be shipping.
- Made of Clear PET Plastic
- Natural Plastic Foamer Pump
- Clear Plastic Cap
Perfect for a wide variety of products including:
- Hand Soaps
- Facial Cleansers
- Body Wash
- So Much More!
Choosing Your Liquid Soap:
- Foamer bottles are designed to work with a thin substance of water-like consistency. It must have sufficient surfactants (soap or detergents) to create the foam. The liquid should be water-baser, and be able to foam using only normal air (no gasses/other propellants)
- Many commercial liquid soaps will work in the foam pump bottles if sufficiently diluted. However, often commercial liquid soaps, especially “gel” soaps, contain thickeners. Soaps with thickeners may require so much water to dilute them to a “water-thin” consistency that the effectiveness and foamability of the soap is compromised.
- Handmade liquid soaps usually work extremely well in the foam pump bottles as they generally are thin to start with and normally do not contain added fillers and thickeners.
- Do not use “melted down” bar soap in place of actual liquid soap because bar soaps tend to gel or clump, thus clogging the mechanisms inside the foam pump
- You want to dilute your soap as much as you can, while still keeping the desired feel and consistency in the foam. As a general guideline, you should be able to dilute your normal liquid soap by 3 – 6 times. So, if you begin with 1 part soap and 3 parts water and see how it feels. Add additional water until the foam just barely starts to thin out. Slightly LESS than that amount of water is the right amount to use with that particular type of soap.
- While it might be tempting to keep the liquid soap thick and reduce the dilution rate, doing so is likely to cause the pump to begin to stick over time
- Remember, these pumps are made for liquids with the consistency of water. The thicker the liquid, the more likely it is that the pump may begin to have problems in the future.