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4 oz. PET Boston Round Bottles With Black Pumps

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4 oz. PET Boston Round Bottles With Black Pumps can be used to package shampoos, conditioners, lotions, bath oils, massage oils and other liquid formulations. The pump stem may require trimming to fit the height of your bottle.


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  each, $1.89
  Case/24, $42.98 *
  Carton/144, $244.97 * ^

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*This item does not qualify for any promotional discounts.

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Rating: 1 out of 5

Reviewed By: Carol

Posted: Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Location: Greenwich, NJ

Comments: I bought 3 pump bottles. 1 pump never worked, 1 stopped pumping after one use, and the 3rd stopped pumping after two days of use. No unusual usage... just the aloe and shea lotion base and added oils and fragrance. Bottle is fine- poor quality pump.

FNWL Response: Carol, we're so sorry for the inconvenience. It's possible that our lotion base may be too thick for the pumps to handle. The base is formulated so that it will retain a nice consistency after fragrance or essential oils are added, and perhaps it's still too thick after you've added your oils. We'll be doing some tests on our end to determine what exactly is happening. Our Customer Care Manager called you, and we'll be sending you three more pumps to try, per your request. If those don't work, we'll certainly refund the cost of the bottles.


Total Number of Ratings: 1
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