You just un-screw the bottom [smaller end]. Then you hold the inner valve up to your atomizer perfume bottle and squirt in perfume as if you were squirting some on you. Perfume goes in but does not leak out through the valve. It's easy!
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
Unscrew bottom, there is a hard plastic tube opening that is shaped to accommodate spraying directly into it (without too much waste), or pouring in. I think a funnel would work easier (not included)- but I have been able to transfer a perfume dabber (0.17 oz size) into it by just tapping the dabber opening into the plastic cylinder opening. So far not too much waste. The plastic is also 'slippery' so the perfume wants to slide down it.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
There are instructions inside the package it comes in. But what you do is unscrew the lower part off (smaller section) there will be a rubber gasket. You then tilt the atomizer upside down so the gasket is facing up. Then you line up your perfume bottle with the dip in the gasket and spray. You will see the glass section filling up with perfume. I would recommend practicing with an inexpensive body spray/perfume.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
Twist off the bottom section of the bottle. There is a white rubbery funnel-type thing (for lack of knowing what its called) that you can either place your full size spray perfume's nozzel facing into it, and resting against it as a shield while you manually spray your perfume inside the reseviour. Or you can very gently rest a larger dabber type bottle of perfume on the white rubbery funnel-type thing and ever so slowly tilt and pour the perfume in. Be sure not to overflow. Do not allow the level to rise up into the neck of the white rubbery funnel-type thing as it must remain clear to accommodate a white rubbery plug type thing in the bottom part of the bottle that you removed, because when you replace the bottom the plug will seal in the perfume so there is no leakage. Please note that this bottom piece is threaded, turn it to TIGHT, but not as to strip the threading and damage its ability to seal. And....when removing the larger top to use your atomizer, DO NOT do any twisting. It pops on and off and clicks secure easily. I myself do always just do a little double check of the bottom every time I use mine. I've been using it for about two months, and I am not a 'delicate little flower setting my purse down ever so gently and always move things around inside of it gingerly' type chick. And mine does not leak or untwist itself or seem fragile in any way. It ROCKS!
answered 1 year, 8 months ago