包装液体、乳膏、凝胶和乳霜

妥善预处理属于或包含液体、乳膏、凝胶和乳霜的商品有助于确保它们在配送过程中不会发生破损或泄漏。

液体在配送过程中或储存时可能会损坏其他商品。牢固包装液体(包括乳膏、凝胶和乳霜等粘性商品),以保护买家、亚马逊员工和其他商品。

重要: 不遵守亚马逊物流商品预处理要求、安全要求及商品限制条件可能会产生以下后果:亚马逊运营中心拒收库存、弃置或退还库存、禁止卖家今后向运营中心发送货件,或者亚马逊对任何计划外服务收费。

在进一步阅读之前,请确定要销售的液体、乳膏、凝胶或乳霜商品的以下详细信息:

  • 您的商品是否被归类为危险品? 请参阅危险品识别指南。

  • 容器是易碎品(玻璃制品)还是非易碎品?

  • 如果容器是玻璃制品,容器能容纳 4.2 盎司或更多,还是低于 4.2 盎司?

  • 您的商品是成套销售还是单个销售?

  • 您的商品是否具有有效期? 有关更多信息,请参阅具有有效期的亚马逊物流库存。

基本跌落测试要求

所有液体、乳膏、凝胶和乳霜商品都必须能够承受3 英寸 跌落测试,且容器所含物品不出现泄漏或溢出。跌落测试包括 5 次 3 英尺 坚硬表面跌落测试:

  • 底部平落

  • 顶部平落

  • 长边平落

  • 最短边平落

  • 角部下落

属于受管制危险品的商品

危险品(又称危险物质或危险物品)是指因本身含有易燃、密封加压、腐蚀性或其他任何有害物质,而在储存、处理或运输过程中对健康、安全、财产或环境带来风险的物质或材料。要了解您的商品是否为危险品,请参阅 危险品识别指南 ,并观看卖家大学中的 危险品认知 视频。

如果您的商品是液体、乳膏、凝胶或乳霜并且属于受管制危险品(如香水、特定浴室清洁剂、去污剂和永久墨水),则需要进行以下预处理。有关更多信息,请访问包装和预处理要求。

容器类型集装箱尺寸预处理要求
非易碎品不限聚乙烯塑料袋
易碎4.2 盎司 或更多聚乙烯塑料袋、气泡膜包装和包装箱
易碎低于 4.2 盎司聚乙烯塑料袋或气泡膜包装

注意: 所有属于受管制危险品的液体商品都必须采用聚乙烯塑料袋包装,以防止在运输过程中发生泄漏或外溢,无论商品是否密封。

不属于受管制危险品的商品

对于不属于受管制危险品的液体、乳膏、凝胶和乳霜商品,需要进行以下预处理。有关更多信息,请访问包装和预处理要求。

容器类型集装箱尺寸预处理要求例外情况
非易碎品不限聚乙烯塑料袋如果液体采用双重密封且通过跌落测试,则不需要袋装。(请参阅下表,了解双重密封示例。)
易碎4.2 盎司 或更多气泡膜包装
易碎低于 4.2 盎司无需预处理

其他预处理要求

如果您的商品采用捆绑形式成套销售或具有有效期,上述要求外,请务必遵循下面列出的预处理要求。

  • 成套销售: 无论容器类型如何,成套销售的商品都必须包装在一起,以防止分离。此外,如果您正在销售捆绑套装(例如,一套 3 瓶同款洗发水),则必须为套装提供与单瓶的 ASIN 不同的唯一 ASIN。对于捆绑套装,单件商品的条形码不得面朝外,这有助于确保亚马逊库房员工扫描套装的条形码,而不是扫描内部单件商品的条形码。多件捆绑商品必须满足以下条件:要了解更多信息,请参阅包装和预处理要求帮助页面的“套装勿拆”部分。

    • 对任何一面施加压力时,包装不应塌陷。

    • 商品牢固地位于包装内。

    • 包装用胶带、胶水或订书钉密封。

  • 有保质期: 有保质期的商品必须在包装外部贴有包含 36 号或更大字体的有效期的标签。

    重要: 如果未在经过预处理的商品外部标注有效期,可能会导致我们为商品重新贴标,但额外费用需由您承担。

要了解更多信息,请参阅有保质期的亚马逊库存

双重密封的定义

双重密封的定义是【具有无法轻易打开的拧紧外盖】和以下【任何一种】密封:

双重密封的其他类型示例
【感应式密封:】 通过感应式加热密封到容器开口的热塑材料。
【安全环:】 将商品的盖子密封到容器上的塑料带
【夹子:】 将盖子密封到罐子上的金属夹。适用于罐装且【不】属于受管制危险品的液体、乳膏、凝胶和乳霜商品。至少需要两个夹子。
【塑料包装带:】 商品开口周围的严密塑料膜。


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Packaging liquids, pastes, gels, and creams

Properly preparing products that are or contain liquids, pastes, gels, and creams can help ensure they are protected from breaking or leaking throughout the fulfillment process.

Liquids can cause damage during shipping and when stored. Securely pack liquids — including viscous products such as pastes, gels, and creams —to protect buyers, Amazon associates, and other products.

Important: Failure to comply with FBA product preparation requirements, safety requirements, and product restrictions may result in the refusal of inventory at the Amazon fulfillment center, disposal or return of inventory, blockage of future shipments to the fulfillment center, or charges for unplanned services.

Before reading further, determine the following details about the liquid, paste, gel, or cream product you want to sell:

  • Is your product classified as a dangerous good? See the Dangerous goods identification guide.

  • Is the container fragile (glass) or non-fragile?

  • If the container is glass, does it hold 4.2 oz or more, or less than 4.2 oz?

  • Is your product sold as a set or individually?

  • Is your product expiration-dated? See Expiration-dated FBA inventory for more information.

Basic drop test requirements

All liquid, paste, gel, and cream products must be able to withstand a 3-foot drop test without the contents of the container leaking or spilling. A drop test consists of five 3-foot drops onto a hard surface:

  • Flat on base

  • Flat on top

  • Flat on longest side

  • Flat on shortest side

  • On a corner

Products regulated as dangerous goods

Dangerous goods (also known as hazardous materials or hazmat) are substances or materials that may pose a risk to health, safety, property, or the environment during storage, handling, or transportation because they contain flammable, pressurized, corrosive, or otherwise harmful substances. To find out if your product is a dangerous good, see the Dangerous goods identification guide and watch the Dangerous Goods Awareness video in Seller University.

If your product is a liquid, paste, gel, or cream and is regulated as dangerous good — such as perfume, certain bathroom cleaners, polish removers, and permanent ink — the following prep is required. For more information, visit Packaging and prep requirements.

Container typeContainer sizePrep requirements
Non-fragileAnyPoly-bag
Fragile4.2 oz or morePoly-bag, bubble wrap, and box
FragileLess than 4.2 ozPoly-bag or bubble wrap

Note: All liquid products regulated as dangerous goods must be poly-bagged to prevent a leak or spill during transportation, regardless of the product seal.

Products not regulated as dangerous goods

For liquid, paste, gel, and cream products that are not regulated as dangerous goods, the following prep is required. For more information, visit Packaging and prep requirements.

Container typeContainer sizePrep requirementsExceptions
Non-fragileAnyPoly-bagIf the liquid is double sealed and passes a drop test, no bagging is required. (See the table below for examples of double seals.)
Fragile4.2 oz or moreBubble wrap
FragileLess than 4.2 ozNo prep required

Additional prep requirements

If your product is bundled to be sold as a set or is expiration-dated, be sure follow the prep requirements listed below in addition to the ones outlined above.

  • Sold as a set: Regardless of container type, products sold as a set must be packed together to prevent separation. Additionally, if you are selling a bundled set (for example, a pack of three bottles of the same shampoo), you must provide a unique ASIN for the set that is different from the ASIN for individual bottles. For bundled sets, the barcodes on the individual items must not face outward, to help make sure the Amazon warehouse associate scans the barcode for the pack, not the barcode for the individual items inside. Multi-unit bundled products must meet the following criteria:To learn more, see the “Sold as set” section of the Packaging and prep requirements help page.

    • Packaging should not give way when pressure is applied to any of the sides.

    • Products are securely held in place inside the packaging.

    • Packaging is sealed with tape, glue, or staples.

  • Expiration-dated: Expiration-dated products must have labels with the expiration date in 36-point font or larger applied to the outside of the packaging.

    Important: Failure to include the expiration date on the outside of the prepped item may result in the item being relabeled at additional cost to you.

To learn more, see Expiration-dated FBA inventory.

Definition of a double seal

A double seal is defined as a tightened lid that cannot be easily opened and one of the following:

Other types of double sealExample
Induction seal: Thermoplastic material sealed to the opening of a container through induction heating.
Safety ring: A plastic band sealing the cap of a product to the container
Clips: Metal clips sealing the lid to the can. Applicable to liquid, paste, gel, and cream products that are in cans and are not regulated as dangerous goods. A minimum of two clips are required.
Plastic wrap band: Tight plastic film around the opening of the product.

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