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REALLY WASH Your Yeti Cup!
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They are good to keep the buds freshy fresh as well. Weednana
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(01-11-2019, 02:26 AM)counterintelligence Wrote: I'm noticing that on reusing a "one time" plastic water bottle.  It gets black mold growing under the cap.

But as far as Yeti, weren't they anti-2nd Amendment just like Dicks?

Yes they are!
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(01-11-2019, 02:26 AM)counterintelligence Wrote: I'm noticing that on reusing a "one time" plastic water bottle.  It gets black mold growing under the cap.

But as far as Yeti, weren't they anti-2nd Amendment just like Dicks?

Plastic water bottles are only for one time use. But in a survival situation it's fair game. You just have to make sure to wash the bottle very well. Some people might notice that if you open a bottle of water to drink (I'm talking about just a 500ml or what ever) in about 24 hours or so ( plus or minus some hours) after opening it back up and then smell into the bottle it will smell nasty. If you ever find yourself in a survival situation, throw some charcoal into the bottle. It will prevent bad bacteria from giving you an upset stomach or perhaps even worse, or even help with an upset stomach.
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(01-11-2019, 02:21 AM)Winter Steelheader Wrote:
(01-11-2019, 02:18 AM)Fossy Wrote:
(01-11-2019, 02:10 AM)Winter Steelheader Wrote: Oh shit, I just realized that this is probably the same Yeti that makes super expensive coolers for camping and fishing.  I remember looking at their cooler gear before, it's very expensive.  I thought a Yeti cup was something different, I didn't realize that it was a cup designed by Yeti.  Jptdknpa

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(01-11-2019, 02:23 AM)Pure Rock Fury Wrote: The 10$ Ozark Trail Double insulated travel mugs from Walmart work just as good.  Seriously.  Consumer Reports (I think).  It was one of those kinda deals.  Just a heads up if you don't want to spend 30$ on a Yeti.

They do. The original Ozark Trail is a pre lawsuit yeti design. It’s shaped differently now. They changed last summer.
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(01-11-2019, 02:50 AM)Winter Steelheader Wrote:
(01-11-2019, 02:26 AM)counterintelligence Wrote: I'm noticing that on reusing a "one time" plastic water bottle.  It gets black mold growing under the cap.

But as far as Yeti, weren't they anti-2nd Amendment just like Dicks?

Plastic water bottles are only for one time use. But in a survival situation it's fair game. You just have to make sure to wash the bottle very well. Some people might notice that if you open a bottle of water to drink (I'm talking about just a 500ml or what ever) in about 24 hours or so ( plus or minus some hours) after opening it back up and then smell into the bottle it will smell nasty. If you ever find yourself in a survival situation, throw some charcoal into the bottle. It will prevent bad bacteria from giving you an upset stomach or perhaps even worse, or even help with an upset stomach.

Bah!

I used the same Aquafina water bottle for a month or more on the farm, filling it up from the irrigation wells. never washed it, never had a problem.
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(01-11-2019, 03:07 AM)Road Glide Wrote:
(01-11-2019, 02:50 AM)Winter Steelheader Wrote:
(01-11-2019, 02:26 AM)counterintelligence Wrote: I'm noticing that on reusing a "one time" plastic water bottle.  It gets black mold growing under the cap.

But as far as Yeti, weren't they anti-2nd Amendment just like Dicks?

Plastic water bottles are only for one time use. But in a survival situation it's fair game. You just have to make sure to wash the bottle very well. Some people might notice that if you open a bottle of water to drink (I'm talking about just a 500ml or what ever) in about 24 hours or so ( plus or minus some hours) after opening it back up and then smell into the bottle it will smell nasty. If you ever find yourself in a survival situation, throw some charcoal into the bottle. It will prevent bad bacteria from giving you an upset stomach or perhaps even worse, or even help with an upset stomach.

Bah!

I used the same Aquafina water bottle for a month or more on the farm, filling it up from the irrigation wells. never washed it, never had a problem.

I'm not saying that'll you'll get sick after using it after 24 hours, I'm just saying that it will smell really bad in most cases. The info I gave was for long term emergency use. But Aquafina is terrible, drinking straight Whisky is water compared to Aquafina Chuckle
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I drink my coffee out of a Yeti mug. I've been using it for a couple of years. I clean the cup but don't always remove the O-Ring seal. When I do, I find nothing remarkable beneith it. I put pretty hot black coffee in it and seal the mug during any traveling from the pot to where I'm working. I often put the lid on the mug to keep the coffee hot. I would imagine the high temp liquid kills anything that might try to grow beneith the O-Ring.

Got me. No trouble so far. Wash your stuff and that should solve any bio issues.

My mug looks like this..
https://www.yeti.com/en_US/drinkware/ram...re#start=1
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(01-11-2019, 01:29 AM)DaJavoo Wrote:
(01-11-2019, 01:26 AM)Road Glide Wrote: The ole lady washes ours regularly and uses a bleach/soap solution.  She's a germaphobe.  Me not so much.  I'll still eat a sandwich if I drop it on the pickup floor board.  Just flick the big pieces of dirt off and it's good to go.   Yeah3

I use the dishwasher like the dude did ~ haven't noticed a lot of grunge, but I'mma take a hard look at 'em in the future.  

The bleach thing is prolly best.   Yeah3

I'm not sure the rubber O-Ring or plastic lid will like bleach. You might use full strength white vinegar on the plastic and O-Ring, plus really hot water. Bleach is pretty caustic stuff.

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Household bleach is usually described as sodium hypochlorite, but most people do not realize that it is also a strong solution of sodium hydroxide (caustic soda). This is why it is good at dealing with grease, because the NaOH reacts with many organic compounds to make soap which can then be washed away. Because of this it is corrosive (i.e. weakens and ultimately degrades) materials including aluminum, polyester and (for long exposure) nylon. I would say that polyester is the plastic which is likely to dissolve most quickly.
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(01-11-2019, 01:26 AM)Road Glide Wrote: The ole lady washes ours regularly and uses a bleach/soap solution.  She's a germaphobe.  Me not so much.  I'll still eat a sandwich if I drop it on the pickup floor board.  Just flick the big pieces of dirt off and it's good to go.   Yeah3

Me too, just pick it up and go back to eatin...
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