Sprayer for sure.
Thread: delivery of product
please give me feedback on this - what is the preference for delivery of fragrance ( not aftershave) for most men. Is it with a fine mist sprayer or hand apply ?
Sprayer for sure.
Yup, spray is the way to go.
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thanks everyone - one more question on this subject
if it wasn't a spray would it deter you from buying the product?
No, I would decant into an atomizer if necessary - if I really wanted that juice.
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I just got a splash bottle of Paul Sebatian's Brownstone and oh I wish it were a spray bottle.
Are there atomizer bottles at local drug stores, etc?
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If I didnt know what i did now about being able to switch it and just put it in a atomiser, then yes it would.Originally Posted by savagebeauty
You risk spilling the juice in a splash bottle, IMHO, and even decanting can be tricky. Furthermore, I find that the scent can oxidize and/or evaporate much more quickly in a splash bottle. Every "spoiled" old bottle of scent I've ever found was in a splash bottle, not a spray.
Say, lightninrod, where did you EVER find a bottle of Brownstone? Great stuff, that!!!
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