As more of us start to think about sustainability, many people are making their own household products. With just some baking soda, a few essential oils, water, lemon juice and vinegar, you’ve got pretty much all you need to clean and freshen up your home—now you just need some bottles to store it.
Sustainable storage for any household goods that need spritzing. Sally’s Organics
When you’re buying glass bottles to store your homemade products, check the type of closure that they come with. In most cases you’ll want a trigger spray, and for the most versatility, one that can be set to deliver either a gentle mist or a steady stream of liquid.
This tinted version helps protect the integrity of active ingredients for longer. Sally’s Organics
If you choose to use essential oils in your home made cleaners, it’s worth investing in colored glass bottles like amber or blue glass. That’s because the more the essential oils are exposed to light, the more likely they are to degrade and affect the way they smell.
A combination of receptacles with different applicators, ideal for homemade personal care and household products. Comes complete with dropper, funnel and brush. BonyTek
Once you’ve got the bug for making your own cleaning products, you might be tempted to take it further and start making your own toiletries. Look for smaller spray bottles that will be more appropriate for products such as toners and, if making your own perfume blends, smaller rollerball bottles are ideal.