Refill Instructions: Silver Shield Deodorant

Steps-by-step refill instructions for your deodorant roll-on bottle

Step 1 - Disassembly

Unscrew the cap of your roll-on deodorant bottle and place it aside.

Sit the roll-on bottle on a flat surface and hold it down with one hand. Now, take note of the seam where the translucent roller-ball assembly meets the white body of the bottle. Use your other hand to squeeze at this seam, deforming the circular shape of the seam in to slight oval (try using a cup-grip — the way you'd grip a small cup say). At this point, slowly apply leverage to pop off the roller-ball assembly — roll in toward your thumb for the best leverage.

* You may need to wipe off any moisture from the roller if you are unable to get a good grip.

Step 2 - Cleaning

*optional, though highly recommended

At this point we recommend you wash the inside and out of your deodorant bottle. Simply run warm water over each of the components while gently rubbing with your fingers. If you wish, you may use a mild soap.

For the roller-ball assembly, rotate the roller-ball while running under warm water - for a better cleaning, the roller ball itself can be removed from it’s housing (then snapped back into place).

Step 3 - Refilling

Pour the deodorant from the refill bottle into the roll-on deodorant bottle. Do not fill completely to the brim.

Step 4 - Reassembly

Place the roller-ball assembly onto the bottle body and press down firmly. You should feel an affirmative "snap" as the top is properly seated in to place.

Congratulations, your Silver Shield Deodorant is renewed!

Still need help?

If you should have any trouble with the steps above, please feel free to contact us!

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