I order coconut oil and it is bottled. In the room temperature, it is solid, so I cannot reach the contents of the bottle. Is there a way, how to get that oil? I don't want to spoil it.
Depends on the kind of bottle. If it is wide-mouth, like a milk bottle, you can use either an ice cream spoon (its bowl is as large as a teaspoon, but the handle is ca. 20 cm long), or a warmish silicone brush. The second method is also recommended for coconut oil in jars when you need to reapply very little fat to a hot griddle (or a more specialized version like a waffle maker) after each item.
If it is close-mouth, SAJ's advice applies. Oils don't start to lose quality until they get to very high temperatures, and coconut oil melts long before that. You won't be spoiling it by melting.