How to Fill a Purse Atomizer

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How to Fill a Purse Atomizer
Fill a perfume atomiser. (Perfume - Single decorative perfume image by Victoria Schaad from Fotolia.com)

Purse atomisers are handy to carry around especially if your purse is small or a clutch. Atomisers come in a variety of styles that can look attractive and are often not much bigger than a lipstick. You can easily an atomiser with different perfumes.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Purse atomiser
  • Funnel
  • Perfume
  • Kitchen towel or tissue

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Open up the purse atomiser and take off the top, including the centre tube if it has one.

  2. 2

    Place both perfume bottle and atomiser on a tissue or kitchen towel on a flat surface. Unscrew the top of your perfume bottle if it has a screw top and pour perfume into the atomiser. If the perfume has a fixed top, remove the top of the atomiser and put the funnel into the atomiser. Spray the perfume into the funnel carefully until the atomiser is almost full.

  3. 3

    Screw the lid of the purse atomiser back on, ensuring the tube (if it has one) is inserted and goes to the bottom of the bottle. Replace the lid on the perfume bottle if it was a screw top. Wipe any residue from both bottles.

  4. 4

    Use a "Travalo" perfume atomiser and you don't need a funnel because it fills straight from a perfume bottle with a spray top. Take off the removable part of the sprayer on the perfume bottle. Remove the top of the "Travalo" atomiser and tip it upside down inserting the plastic tube that is now visible from the perfume bottle into the hole in the "Travalo." Press down and the atomiser will fill. Take care not to overfill.

Tips and warnings

  • Make sure you place the bottles onto the kitchen towel or tissue; perfume can damage surfaces.

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