Broken Spray Pumps on Perfume

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Broken spray pumps on perfume are usually the result of a clogged valve. Find out about broken spray pumps on perfume with help from an expert in the cosmetic and fragrance industry for over 30 years in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Gigi from The Cocktail Perfume Collection. And today, I'm going to show you how to fix a broken spray tap. Isn't it frustrating when you're ready to leave the house, and all you need to do is put on your perfume to finalize it. And you go to spray it and nothing comes out. I mean clearly there is fragrance in there, what is going on? Well, nine out 10 times it's usually a clogged valve. All you need to do is take off the cap from the straw, put the cap in very hot water and let it soak for a few minutes. That way, if there is any debris, it will come off. Then, after a few minutes all you're going to do, is take a cloth, dry off your tap. Put it back on, pump it a few times and see if it works. And yes, it does. However, if your pump still isn't working. That means it is defective, but I do have another solution for that. Go out and buy yourself an atomizer. Now, it doesn't have to be fancy. I know this does look fancy, but I bought it at a craft store, you can also buy one. You know, at Target, they have them in travel sizes in plastic, three ounces. So, you can get that as well. So, what you're going to do is just unscrew your fragrance. Pour the remaining into your new atomizer, put the tap on. See how easy that was. Knowing that there is a solution to saving your fragrance, should give you peace of mind. I'm Gigi from Cocktail Perfume.

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