Hi Venessa, The leakage on scrubs are a big problem! The only way I have found to help is to either purchase a heat induction machine for the foil seal which they cost around $5,000 or I have been adding virgin coconut oil and not adding as much oil, like a sand consistency, the coconut oil helps to solidify the oils together oh don't add a plastic disk seal makes the problem worse. If you have any more questions on Scrubs, I have been battling that for 5 years , but think I have it under control. Good Luck
Hi Ruth, Thank you, actually I have my labeling done right here in Boise, Id I have a UF Coding applied for the oils if they do happen to leak you can just whip the label off and away you go no staining. I also like to do hands on I want to see all printing in person before I go ahead with any final printing. Hope that helps don't hestiate to contact me with any other questions
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I use the BayouLock Seals from Bill & Cindy Griffith's company BayouSome.com. They are a great company to work with. I have had success with the application of the seal and also use a shrink seal on the outside of the jar as a back up. My scrubs are emulsified so I don't have excess oil sitting on the top of the scrub. If you do...you might have to play a bit to find what works. I still think you can make it work. Let me know if you need any help. I also can send you one or two to play with to see if they will work for you. Just email me at my IBN page.
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