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Thread: Best spray mist bottle

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    Lightbulb Best spray mist bottle

    I use liquid hair spray bottles for Best Press. After all who wants big drops of hair spray on your hair after you've styled it. When piecing I use a 3oz spritzer from Sally's Beauty Supply. Why spray all over when I only need it in a little area of the seam.
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    Great idea. Thank you for sharing.

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    I have yet to find a great spray bottle that sprays an even mist with no droplets. I use aerosol products for that reason. The spray bottles do have bigger drops. I have tested most of them on colored paper. You can see the bigger drops easy that way. The aerosol is a fine mist. That's why all salons use aerosol cans. The metal plant mister is the best one I've found but it isn't practical for starching. It's just a little thing that bugs me enough to keep looking for something that works. If I find it great if not no big deal.
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    You can buy Best Press comes in a smaller bottle, with the same sort of aerosol sprayer of which you are speaking I have been it. Plus it's a nice handy size to have, instead of a big bottle sitting in the way.
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    Aerosol has to be in a pressurized container. I haven't seen Best Press in anything other then a plastic spray bottle.
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    Great idea.............thanks.............calla

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    I'll have to try that! I have the same problem with my diluted starch. Really just want an all over mist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    Aerosol has to be in a pressurized container. I haven't seen Best Press in anything other then a plastic spray bottle.
    My apologies ... worng word ... it should have said *non-aerosol* container ... I was referring to SilverNeedle's reference in re-using her hair spray bottle.
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    Just curious... for those who prefer the pressurized, has anyone tried one of those olive oil spray bottles from pampered chef or sur la table?

    http://www.pamperedchef.com/ordering...610&words=mist
    Last edited by hopetoquilt; 04-19-2012 at 05:50 PM.

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    I have a neighbor who sells pampered chef. I'll have to ask about this product. I had not heard of it before.
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