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Cleaning Your IcePlate: A Practical Guide

Keeping your IcePlate clean is simple and easy.  Here are a few helpful tips: Dishwasher Safe or Hand Wash IcePlate, including the hose and Bite Valve/Dust Cover Kit, are Dishwasher Safe.  Simply unscrew the cap (this can be stowed in the silverware compartment of your dishwasher) and place the IcePlate cap side down in the lower rack.  If your IcePlate includes our Quick Disconnect feature, the upper portion of the tube can be removed and placed in the top rack. Run the IcePlate through your normal wash and dry cycle.   Another option is to hand wash your IcePlate with a mild soap and water solution.  After filling your sink with hot soapy water, clean IcePlate with a non-scratch surface...

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Basics of Disaster Preparation: Water Storage

People who live in smaller spaces can have a more difficult time preparing for disasters because they have less available space to store supplies. Water is an important item that takes up lots of space. This article is designed to help people prepare for natural disasters who live in smaller spaces or who have limited storage space.

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YETI, Pelican Cooler vs. Chest Freezer: The best cold storage for summer

Pelican, Yeti Coolers vs. Chest Freezer: Finding the Best Cold Storage for You One question we get all the time is: "What is the best way to store/transport my IcePlates?" We have two basic choices that apply to most people/applications: Coolers and Freezers. Coolers and freezers go hand in hand. You need a freezer for cooler to be useful. Premium coolers from companies like Yeti and Pelican have been all the rage the last few years. They are impressive products, holding up to bear attacks, keeping ice in extreme conditions for extended periods of time, displaying a great design aesthetic and communicating a rugged/outdoor lifestyle that many people find appealing. We own both Yeti and Pelican Cooler products here at...

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