Common questions

How do you use an orifice reducer?

How do you use an orifice reducer?

To control the flow of oil with these orifice reducers, just find the tiny hole between the 2 circles; then position it down for thicker oils to help a drop come out, and position it up for thinner oils to slow down the number of drops.

What is a orifice reducer?

An orifice reducer is a bottle insert that ensures only small amounts of product are dispensed at one time. Orifice inserts are a popular addition to the packaging design of a variety of industries specializing in oils, tinctures, and other liquids.

Why wont my essential oils come out of a bottle?

If you have the air hole pointing downwards, sometimes the oil won’t come out easily due to the vacuum effect, so twist your bottle and see if that makes a difference. If so, take out the plastic dripolator and very carefully tilt the bottle to get the last drops out.

How does a euro dropper work?

  1. Euro droppers work by regulating the rate of flow of oils to one drop at a time by simply tipping the bottle with one hand.
  2. Euro droppers (drop reducers) let the contents of a bottle out drop by drop, instead of having to use an eyedropper to measure drops.

How do I make one drop of essential oil?

P.S If you are struggling to see the little hole, turn the bottle on its side and gently roll it until a drop comes out. The drop will probably come out from the tiny space around the centre as you gently tip the bottle.

Why wont my essential oils come?

How do you get thick essential oils out of a bottle?

Gently warm the bottle by placing it in a small cup with a bit of warm water. Then set the small cup into a larger container of hot water. Use a toothpick to dip into the thick oil and transport small amounts of oil at a time through drips.

How do you use built in dropper?

Press down on the top of the dropper insert so it is flush with the sides of the lip of the bottle. You will feel a little pop as the insert connects with the bottle. Screw the tamper-evident cap of the bottle down, which will seal the bottle so it is ready for the consumer.

How many ml does a dropper hold?

This is a liquid, so it is measured by milliliters, not milligrams. A typical dropper has about 1.5 ml.