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    Default Drink Bottles for School... apparently plastic is bad

    any other options for drink bottles that anyone knows of?

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    Stainless steel? Is your school banning plastic?

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    You can get stainless steal ones. PM me if you want a link

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    go for eco tankers or H2onya bottles. I get mine online from karritree lane. they are great!!

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    What's wrong with plastic bottles ie the Smashe ones? That's what DS1 has once again for this year.

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    i thought plastic was only bad when its heated at high temps as thats when the chemicals leache into the contents

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    i use stainless steel...you can get them from just about anywhere

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    stainless steel bottles are great

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    Quote Originally Posted by myhusbandswife View Post
    i thought plastic was only bad when its heated at high temps as thats when the chemicals leache into the contents
    Australia is pretty hot and so is a school bag.

    If you drink out of one of these school bottles you can taste the plastic ..

    i tested it last year.. YUK

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    Never thought of that Morrigan! Thanks for that


 

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