Best way to set up a product shoot to remove background

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    From your experience what is the best way to set up a shoot for a product shoot where the background is needed to be removed? Say the product is cosmetics...like bottles of shampoo, facial cream, suntan lotion, etc. Maybe a blue screen backdrop? Black screen? The bottles will be mostly white. I have found that using a bluescreen I get some bleed onto the white bottle, anyway to correct for that? Thanks in advance.
     
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    By removing do you mean cropping out, or creating a backdrop that looks like the item is floating in white space?
     
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