Visions & musings of the world through the eyes of a graphic designer.
Well, my dear, I think you were raiding your folks' supplies. According to a patent application:"A leakproof perfume spray head comprises a spray head, a locking shell, an inner sleeve, a rotation shaft, and an outer cover, wherein the locking shell is locked to a perfume bottle and a sleeving section on a lower end of the inner sleeve is inserted into the locking shell. An orientation ring is jammed in the shallow trench that forms on the top of the inner sleeve, wherein the center of the shallow trench communicates with a first through hole. A threaded section is formed on the inner surface of the first through hole. The rotation shaft includes a second through hole and protrudent circular teeth. The protrudent threads are engaged with the threaded section, wherein a gap is formed between the inner sleeve and the first through hole. The protrudent threads of the rotation shaft are locked to the threaded section of the inner sleeve."
For $25 you can get the oil can to go with that label... OK, yes I googled!
I will add a hint, in that this item was on the desk of every graphic designer & mechanical artist. perhaps it was intended originally for oil, but it was not used with oil for the purpose of graphic design.
I knew before I saw your hint: Thinner can!!! G-mo
Is this like an Everclear thing?
for keeping your bondene from combusting?
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