PROBLEM: Traditional spray bottles tend to dispense either too much, or non-uniform spray patterns. When using them to starch or spray fabric, it can leave wet spots, and require more spray than would have been necessary.
Over the last couple of years, a spray bottle made by a company called Flairosol has become popular in the quilting community. I think that the bottle was originally popular in beauty salons. The spray nozzle is remarkable, delivering a finer mist than any nozzles I have used in the past. It also requires less pump action, as it is a continuous spray. This is a great feature for people who have hand and joint challenges.
All of the bottles that I have found so far were the tall version (shown in a previous post), so what I am showing you here is a shorter version. I picked it up for travel and to keep more scents at-hand. Hint: Check out US Plastics if you are interested in buying them in-bulk!
I hope you enjoy this trick! I should be able to pull more tricks from my hat between now and November 3rd.
Be sure to comment on my blog about which ones you like best and share some of your own quilting and sewing magic tricks. I will draw one name from the comments randomly November 9, 2019 and follow-up with the lucky winner to send one of these special tricks!
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