5/8 Dram Amber Glass Vials with Orifice Reducers and White Caps (Set of 12)
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These small glass vials are perfect for giving out samples of essential oils and blends, or to take with you on-the-go. Holds approximately 25 to 40 drops, depending on the oil's thickness.
These small bottles work well for sharing samples with friends. They are also the perfect size for first aid kits or travel kits.They also fit well in our specially designed carrying case, making them the perfect solution for having your favorite oils with you all the time.
Note: Made in the U.S.A.
Size: This glass vial measures 5/8" x 1½" tall (with cap). It holds approximately 5/8" dram of oil. Depending on the thickness of the oil, these bottles will hold between 25 and 40 drops.
What is included? This item comes in a package that includes 12 vials, 12 orifice reducers, and 12 white caps.
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- Use a 45-drop pipette to easily fill these bottles with the orifice reducer on!
- These sample cards allow you to attach this bottle and make it easy to give to friends who don't know much about how to use essential oils.
- Don't forget to label your bottles, so whomever you give them to will know what is inside!
How to use:
- Simply transfer oil from another bottle. You can do this easily by using a plastic pipette or syringe or glass dropper. Our 45-drop plastic pipette (item #9267) works extremely well for refilling these sample bottles because the tip can fit through the orifice reducer, allowing you to insert oil without removing the orifice reducer.
- After the oil is in the bottle, place the orifice reducer in the hole and tightly squeeze it until fully inserted. If you have the 45-drop plastic pipettes to transfer oil, we recommend putting the oil in the bottle after putting the orifice reducer in.
- Once all the oil is in and the cap is screwed on, you may want to label the vial, so you or whomever you give it to will know what it contains.