World's Best Spritz Bottle
Don't you just hate it when your spritz bottle won't work? It can be so frustrating. Never fear - The world's Best Spritz Bottle is here!
Jake Cosman is our shop's master sharpener. He does all the blade sharpening before we ship them to you. Frustrated with spritz bottles that just would not work, Jake put together a game changing spritz bottle that works and works and works. Its so amazing that we are now offering this spritz bottle to you.
The secret is in the dip tube ("suction tube"). It has tiny holes all along the tube and is extra long so it can suck up water in the bottle no matter what level of water is left and regardless of what angle the bottle is held! When you first use it, it'll sometimes take up to 30 seconds of priming before the tube has filled with water. Be sure not to cut the sealed bottom.
24 oz bottle
Extra long, porous, dip tube.
Smooth, professional quality trigger action
When I purchased this spray bottle it was because I every time I went shopping I kept forgetting to pick one up then was too lazy to go back to the store. Now I received Rob’s spray bottle and I know it might sound crazy but it’s amazing. I get every drop out of the bottle!!!!!!
Halfway through the first fill, the trigger stopped returning to the open position for the next squeeze... Requiring a 180-degree inversion of the bottle to force the trigger open for the next squirt. Exasperating...
I'm pleased with this product. I only have to press the spray trigger 2-3 times to get the volume I need and it comes out as an effective forceful spray rather then a mess creating stream. To soon to speak to the tubes magical properties which will only come when the volume of fluid is near gone, but I expect it will work just as described.
Who knew that Rob’s spray bottle was different from all the others cluttering up my shop? Wow! It really works. Adjustable spray pattern and gets the last drops of HoneRite solution out of the bottom. A must have for the sharpening station.
This bottle is a definite improvement over the generic designs. It did require quite a bit of priming pumps to get it working.