DIY Glass Bottles

You asked, and we’re happy to deliver. Glass bottles are the container of choice for people trying to buy less plastic. That’s why we decided to offer glass versions of our iconic amber bottles. We even made branded peel and stick labels and offer triggers or pumps for each of our products so you can create your perfect range in 100% glass, plastic-free bottles.

They're the same size as our recyclable (and endlessly refillable) 17oz. PET plastic bottles, but in real amber-tinted glass that can be refilled forever with everything from your favorite Murchison-Hume products to bubble bath or body oil.

Quite apart from the obvious eco-street cred, amber glass bottles are the go-to styling trick of the super organized. We love them as a stylish and highly sustainable alternative to plastic packaging.

We love the look of them! They read like fancy skincare instead of cleaning products (just be careful in the shower).

Ps. Our DIY labels are super easy to apply and removable if you need to re-position them. This is how:

Gather your supplies. You’ll need:

  • 2 x Clean Dish Towels
  • Empty bottles
  • Trigger, pump or closure of choice
  • DIY labels
  • Glass Cleaner
  • Small funnel (optional)
  • MH refill or product or refill of choice.

How to do it:

  • Use a flat surface and a clean Dish Towel to cushion your bottle.
  • Lightly spray your Dish Towel with Glass Cleaner. Dry completely. BTW: We like flour sack cloths for cleaning glass because they’re so thin and mostly lint-free. 
  • Peel your selected label and place it sticky side up on your Dish Towel. Make sure you orient it so the logo is at the top of your bottle or it will be upside down!
  • Hold the bottle by both ends horizontally a couple of inches above the label.
  • Looking down, line up the side of the bottle with the edge of the label so that they are parallel. 
  • Gently lower the bottle until it makes contact with the middle of the label.
  • Press down and roll the bottle slightly back and forth, so that the label is stuck in the middle only. 
  • Stand the bottle up and smooth down the label with your thumb and fingertips.
  • Go slowly to avoid getting bubbles or wrinkles in the label.
  • If you mess up, you can peel the label off gently and start over again (but don’t sweat it, you have multiples of each kind).
  • Decant (we use a funnel) and revel in your organized joy. 
Happy Spritzing!