2.65 oz White Plastic Oval Deodorant Stick with Flat Top Cap
Our 2.65 oz White Oval Deodorant Stick includes the White Flat Top Cap and White Polypropylene Disc.
Help showcase your product while offering a protective covering. In addition, our Oval Deodorant Stick features a rotatable base that twists. With this functionality, it connects to the inner PP stem that Propels and Repels the push mold. (This is NOT a Push Stick) Similarly, this deodorant container twists up and down like a Lip Balm Container. Therefore dispensing is made easy, twist the ribbed dial at the base of the stick to raise or lower product to the desired level. Above All, this Oval Deodorant Stick could be used not just for deodorants but for lotion bars, sunblock, medication sticks, or even perfume bars. In addition, The wide oval shape provides ample space for product labeling on both sides.
In conclusion, Please Review Filling Instruction Below For Proper Use.
FIlling Instructions: To fill these deodorant containers, first place them upside down, with cap and disc inserted. The ribbed dial must be off. After, Fill the container with the product from the bottom up to the plunger. (the internal plastics will move the product upward). Be sure not to fill above the plunger or the stick will not function properly. Next, insert the dial back on the bottom of the stick. After the product has solidified fully, pop off the cap, remove the disc and the product is ready for use.
Note: Filling with a solution that is too hot can warp the plastic & damage the inner mechanisms. Containers do not provide a waterproof seal, so pouring too hot can also cause leaking (until the formulation solidifies). Be sure to test the rotatable ribbed disc prior to use. This review helps ensure the stick is working properly and compatible. If the solution placed in them is too thick or pasty, the twist mechanism cannot freely move the product up and down.
Recommended filling temps (plus or minus 5 degrees):
145 degrees for a deodorant or lotion bar (product w/out alcohol)
165 degrees for an antiperspirant