Let's take the phrasal verb "put sth on" in the meaning "to cover part of the body with clothes". Having the direct object only (as a pronoun), the sentence is:
I put it on.
Now, I want to add the indirect object "you". I want to express that the person I'm speaking to is covered with
it by me.
What is/are the right sentence(s) to express that?
I put you it on.
I put it you on.
I put it on you.
I would be great if you could add a couple of other examples of sentences with phrasal verbs and two objects (direct object as pronoun), where the indirect object is not marked by an own adposition (preposition or postposition).