85 Responses to “How to Turn a Glass Jar Into an Eco-Friendly Spray Bottle”


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  1. Gretchen

    Spray nozzle heads fit perfectly on an old Braggs Raw Apple Cider Vinegar glass bottle. Much faster than making a lid for a mason jar to fit a spray nozzle head. :)

  2. Mary

    Do you have an idea for making your own refillable container for use in those automatic air freshener dispensers. They take 6.17 or 6.25 ounce cans.? These refill cans have such horrible strong toxic smelling scents to them. I recently bought one for $4 and do not use it . I would like to make my own fragrance and use the scents that I personally enjoy. So of course the problem is what container will fit in the dispenser the same way as the can does. Help !!!! Thank, Mary

  3. That is a good idea, thank you for sharing.

  4. ella mcneil

    do you have any ideal on how to get rid of pesty moles and bolds

  5. sharon

    Love it, especially the final pic of the glass bottle standing triumphantly against the cloud filled sky. Pretty funny … ingenious to say the least.

  6. Kathleen

    I have a question! How do you know that the spray bottle topper will fit the plastic bottle head? Are all plastic bottle heads the same size? Thanks!


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