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amother
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Post Wed, Jun 05 2024, 2:49 pm
Bnei Berak 10 wrote:
Open ones.


So you aren't so familiar. They don't have spaces for mold to hide, if you like straws than it's a constant battle I've found. So many little pieces and silicone rings and idk what. Even brands like contigo and camelback I have mold issues with.
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amother
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Post Wed, Jun 05 2024, 2:53 pm
Bnei Berak 10 wrote:
I'm puzzled why you need new ones every two months.
Instead of buying new ones for Peach I would suggest the old Israeli trick that never fails:
Fill regular bottle but not all up. Freeze 24 hrs. Works pretty well if you keep it in the shadow.


I need new ones for my toddler because they get mold and start leaking. I've tried contigo, I've tried cheap Israeli stuff, I've tried it all. That's why I'm probably just getting her an owala fressip for next year in Gan.

You mean Chad paami water bottles? We did that last pesach and it just wasn't good. They got squished, smushed, ruined, we bought so many, they don't have straws, spilled, opened etc. It wasn't even about the temperature. I use that trick for 2 liter bottles when we go on big trips and we refill our reusable ones with fresh water.
Hence why we bought cheap reusable ones this year for Pesach.
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