Dry Glitter/Mica Spray Pump


Dry Glitter/Mica Spray Pump

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This container pushes dry glitters or micas through a pump, spraying the dry product evenly with each pump.  Perfect for topping your creation with color or making a "pencil line" in your soap without overspreading.

These work well and consistently every time.

We've tested a number of these and they keep on going.  (You should have seen what we looked like after we sprayed each other outside!  We were going for the enchanted fairy look ;))

What is great about our pump: The swing-out side nozzle is perfect for hard to reach places.  No more maneuvering your hand to point at the hard-to-reach spots!

FOR BEST RESULTS: We recommend filling the bottle a little more than halfway so there is plenty of room to insert the pump mechanism into the dry mica or glitter without putting pressure on it.

Holds about one ounce of dry glitter or mica.  Not for use with liquids.



Customer Reviews

Based on 52 reviews
Kris M.
Spray and Sparkle

These are the best spray pumps for glitter!! Mine never gets clogged. It disperses the glitter evenly and I love that it is directional. It's hard to just have 3 or 4 in use. I highly suggest you get a few♡

Hester Linnell
Love it

I love this. It makes it so much easier to cover the soap..

Stephanie Andersen
Makes it easy

The spray pumps make applying glitter and thin applications of Mica easy. Sometimes the glitters get stuck but a little shake and it's fixed. I use the spay pumps for glitter mostly. I like how it's a light dusting of glitter and not heavy.

Carrie Edwards

I ordered thinking I could use the pump with the glitter I had gotten from the grab bags. I filled half full the way the bottle instructed, but I could not get it to work. I bought two and could get neither one to work

Well. It takes quite a lot of energy to get a mica line

I'd seen a lot of rave reviews for this, but actually I was a bit disappointed. I even went back to my little sieve because I found it frustrating having to shake it so much to get the gold mica out. It may be my two gold micas - because I did try with another one - maybe they are just too thick for it? It would be perfect for spraying tops of soaps. That would be my view.