To dispense a product using this child-resistant overcap, the consumer removes the cap, inverts it, and slides it on to the bottom of the container where it snaps into place. The inner pump or aerosol sprayer can then be pushed upward, actuating the sprayer and dispensing the product. After use, the cap is removed from the bottom of the outer container, the spray unit drops down inside, and the cap is placed back on top.
This cap design can be utilized with pump or aerosol sprayers and is ideal for smaller, easily carried containers. View the patent for the Child Resistant Container with Inverting Cap and Bottom Lift.
We have another bottom-lift design suitable for vertical nozzles, our Child Resistant Container with Inverting Cap Bottom for Vertical Nozzles. In this version the consumer removes the cap, inverts it, and slides it on the bottom of the container. This pushes the spray unit up and allows the consumer to operate the sprayer in a normal way using their fingertip to actuate the unit. When finished, the consumer removes the cap from the bottom of the unit and the pump slides back down into the CR container. The cap is is then returned to the top of the unit.
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