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b0n3z29
10-05-2008, 07:05 PM
Has anyone found a reliable soda can cover for after you open it?

meetingpeopleiseasy
10-06-2008, 01:32 AM
Has anyone found a reliable soda can cover for after you open it?
Yeah it's crazy, but sometimes I just don't finish a can of soda. So...now...this is the crazy part. I will dump out the soda in the can in my sink, wash out the can, put the can in my recycling bin, and grab a new soda from the fridge. Crazy right?

Mr Zabe
10-06-2008, 02:11 AM
Actually,about 20 years ago, I brought two can holders
that are insulated with a "freeze pack. I keep them in my freezer.
These can holders keep a can ice cold for at least 2 hours.
Sometimes I like to drink seltzer water at a slow pace.
These holders keep it ice cold.

I have been looking to buy a few more of these can holders.
I recall seeing them at Walgreen's,Osco and Walmart????

LMAO...I do agree that saving an open can in the fridge is not a good idea.
As a soda pop freak, I would rather toss out the remainder of a can than try
to cover it for future use. The taste, carbonation and over all enjoyment factor
of a half can of soda pop stored in the fridge (even with a cover) are almost always not good.

scum1
10-06-2008, 07:03 PM
Those are great. I got mine at Walmart but here are some online
fridge drink holder (http://www.chefsresource.com/the-fridge-drink-holder.html)
It is amazing how well they keep a drink cold without watering it down



Actually,about 20 years ago, I brought two can holders
that are insulated with a "freeze pack. I keep them in my freezer.
These can holders keep a can ice cold for at least 2 hours.
Sometimes I like to drink seltzer water at a slow pace.
These holders keep it ice cold.

I have been looking to buy a few more of these can holders.
I recall seeing them at Walgreen's,Osco and Walmart????

LMAO...I do agree that saving an open can in the fridge is not a good idea.
As a soda pop freak, I would rather toss out the remainder of a can than try
to cover it for future use. The taste, carbonation and over all enjoyment factor
of a half can of soda pop stored in the fridge (even with a cover) are almost always not good.

Mr Zabe
10-07-2008, 06:47 AM
scum1,
Outstanding!!!!
Thanks for the link.
The price is well worth it.
They will last for ever.
Zabe

KingOfDiamonds
10-10-2008, 08:49 PM
Snap Capp - Everybody Wants One! (http://snapcapp.com/) :P :)

meetingpeopleiseasy
10-11-2008, 02:19 AM
Snap Capp - Everybody Wants One! (http://snapcapp.com/) :P :)
You would have to be a real nerd slash douchebag to drink a soda out of a can with one of those on top. I would seriously make fun of you for like ever.

Mr Zabe
10-11-2008, 10:27 AM
Snap Capp - Everybody Wants One! (http://snapcapp.com/) :P :) I highly doubt that cap would be quick and easy to use. Second, I also doubt that cap
would keep the carbonation of the soda pop strong over a period of time.
LMAO,the cap looks like a breast pump attachment. LOL :)