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You buy coolers for camping, hiking, and other outdoor events. This is to keep things like drinks, snacks, and even meals cool so that they taste good and are safe to eat. Most coolers can keep things in proper shape for quite a few hours and even overnight, but not if you do not give them something to work with. A cooler does not cool without a source for that cold air. That means that you have to have ice in your coolers, or you can find some ice packs for coolers. These both work well, but most of us have a strong preference for one or the other. Mostly though, it is a matter of what we are used to.

If you want to use ice in your coolers rather than ice packs for coolers, this is probably because you have done this for a long time. Ice is great and can last quite a while, but there are some potential problems with it. For one, if you do not have quality coolers, your ice is going to melt quickly. This means that you have a puddle of melted water that could ruin your food items. If you are storing water bottles, soda, or beer, this is not a problem. However, sandwiches are not going to fair well and your food could be ruined.

When you have a good cooler, your ice may be able last for a while. Some like this because they can use some of the ice for drinks and other things while camping. You do have to be careful though, as you can get dirt into your ice if you are not putting things in and out of your cooler carefully. So, there are some things you should do if you choose to use ice.

Wash the inside and outside of any plastic container that you use to store things in your cooler if you use ice so that you know the ice is clean and healthy when you scoop it out to put it into a drink. Otherwise, you risk bacteria getting into your beverage or food. There are some distinct advantages to using ice packs for coolers instead of ice.

If you use ice packs for coolers, you do not have to worry about this. You can keep some ice in a container within your cooler, or in a separate cooler if you want some for your drinks. These ice packs for coolers are amazing and can last longer than ice to keep your items cold. They will also stay dry. There will be some condensation that occurs as they warm a bit and as the cooler does its job, but it is a far drier way to keep your food in good shape. If you have a few coolers, you can use one with ice and then put ice packs in the rest of them.

The ice packs for coolers can be used over and over again. You can refreeze them and reuse them time and time again as long as they are not damaged. Any that spring a leak of any type should be thrown out and then replaced. Find some with safe materials. Some have water that freezes within, making them the safest ones you can use. Lay them flat in your freezer for best results, as they will fit in among your items much better this way. If you have the hard ones, you can just toss them in to freeze. They should be ready within a few hours. Invest in several ice packs for coolers and save money too!

 

 

 

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Bill, Craig, and Bob owned & managed the company until January, 2016. We are managed by new owners soon to be announced.  Terry Meyer made the recipe and has been commited for these many years in making sure the recipe was perfect. Stay tuned for more about our new ownership as a result of our sale. Terry started making the sauce in her kitchen back in the late 70's. She took the advice of friends in the mid 90's, and has been selling the sauce ever since!

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