Post Reply 
 
Thread Rating:
  • 0 Votes - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
recycling juce bottles
Author Message
Chuck-Drl Offline
Resident Wiseguy
*****
FreeCycle

Posts: 3,326
Likes Given: 3,501
Likes Received: 5,264 in 2,352 posts
Joined: Jul 2015
Reputation: 118
Post: #1
recycling juce bottles
ive got some 40 plastic juice bottles , need a good method to get trace flavor out .
sterilising is the easy part , ive put up enough caning to have a handle on that part .
new bottles are plenty cheap enough , but waste not want not

"The further back you look , the further ahead you can see " Winston Churchill
03-02-2016 03:29 AM
Find all posts by this user Like Post Quote this message in a reply
Don Offline
Squonk and Toodle Club Member
*******
Senior Staff

Posts: 13,223
Likes Given: 11,344
Likes Received: 17,866 in 8,622 posts
Joined: Dec 2013
Reputation: 211
Post: #2
RE: recycling juce bottles
Indeed.

Bleach is good for shifting traces of old flavours. Obviously then you need to shift the bleach but it washes out nicely. Sodium hydrogen carbonate (bicarbonate of soda) can help with some flavours.

TVF tested battery info to be found here

http://www.preventsuicideapp.com

[Image: 24291313393_16615b20b2_m.jpg]
03-02-2016 07:16 AM
Find all posts by this user Like Post Quote this message in a reply
[-] The following 1 user Likes Don's post:
gentlydoingit* (02-03-2016)
gentlydoingit* Offline
TVF FreeCycle Manager
******
FreeCycle Manager

Posts: 6,169
Likes Given: 7,320
Likes Received: 9,610 in 4,245 posts
Joined: Nov 2015
Reputation: 191
Post: #3
RE: recycling juce bottles
I'd think these bad boys will do both, sure worked on the kids bottles Wink 
Must be something of the ilk local to you..

Don't forget to apply for the freecycle section!
http://www.thevapingforum.com/Forum-FreeCycle--191
03-02-2016 09:49 AM
Find all posts by this user Like Post Quote this message in a reply
[-] The following 1 user Likes gentlydoingit*'s post:
Chuck-Drl (02-03-2016)
Don Offline
Squonk and Toodle Club Member
*******
Senior Staff

Posts: 13,223
Likes Given: 11,344
Likes Received: 17,866 in 8,622 posts
Joined: Dec 2013
Reputation: 211
Post: #4
RE: recycling juce bottles
Another alternative is denture tablets. They'll work just fine.

TVF tested battery info to be found here

http://www.preventsuicideapp.com

[Image: 24291313393_16615b20b2_m.jpg]
03-02-2016 10:10 AM
Find all posts by this user Like Post Quote this message in a reply
[-] The following 2 users Like Don's post:
Chuck-Drl (02-03-2016), gentlydoingit* (02-03-2016)
Chuck-Drl Offline
Resident Wiseguy
*****
FreeCycle

Posts: 3,326
Likes Given: 3,501
Likes Received: 5,264 in 2,352 posts
Joined: Jul 2015
Reputation: 118
Post: #5
RE: recycling juce bottles
(03-02-2016 09:49 AM)gentlydoingit* Wrote:  I'd think these bad boys will do both, sure worked on the kids bottles Wink 
Must be something of the ilk local to you..

oh hell yea , sterilisation packets for home brewing . talk about not seeing the forest through the trees . don't i feel like a dolt.

"The further back you look , the further ahead you can see " Winston Churchill
03-02-2016 07:23 PM
Find all posts by this user Like Post Quote this message in a reply
[-] The following 1 user Likes Chuck-Drl's post:
TinWhisker (02-04-2016)
KingJohn Offline
On finer pastures

Posts: 632
Likes Given: 29
Likes Received: 340 in 237 posts
Joined: Feb 2016
Post: #6
RE: recycling juce bottles
I was going to ask what people do with new bottles, I have lots of those tablets. If I rinse them out then leave them soak in water using Tesco sterilizing tablets (For babies bottles) then turn them upside own on tissue? Would any of that solution hurt if any was left behind?

I have seen people take them out of the sterilizing water mix, then wash them under the tap :0
23-02-2016 09:32 PM
Find all posts by this user Like Post Quote this message in a reply
Don Offline
Squonk and Toodle Club Member
*******
Senior Staff

Posts: 13,223
Likes Given: 11,344
Likes Received: 17,866 in 8,622 posts
Joined: Dec 2013
Reputation: 211
Post: #7
RE: recycling juce bottles
Milton then rinse, or wash out then boil (Check one bottle first to make sure the plastic can take boiling.)

I like boiling.

TVF tested battery info to be found here

http://www.preventsuicideapp.com

[Image: 24291313393_16615b20b2_m.jpg]
24-02-2016 04:30 PM
Find all posts by this user Like Post Quote this message in a reply
KingJohn Offline
On finer pastures

Posts: 632
Likes Given: 29
Likes Received: 340 in 237 posts
Joined: Feb 2016
Post: #8
RE: recycling juce bottles
So what about the microwave, they do sterilizing kits for babies bottles
25-02-2016 12:24 AM
Find all posts by this user Like Post Quote this message in a reply
Don Offline
Squonk and Toodle Club Member
*******
Senior Staff

Posts: 13,223
Likes Given: 11,344
Likes Received: 17,866 in 8,622 posts
Joined: Dec 2013
Reputation: 211
Post: #9
RE: recycling juce bottles
Depends on whether it'll heat the plastic or not. If it will, you are going to be scraping little blobs of former bottle out of the microwave. If it won't there's not a lot of point really. The hard clear bottles might burn, not sure about the squidgy ones.

I know that the hard clear ones do tend to melt when boiled.

TVF tested battery info to be found here

http://www.preventsuicideapp.com

[Image: 24291313393_16615b20b2_m.jpg]
25-02-2016 07:29 AM
Find all posts by this user Like Post Quote this message in a reply
Post Reply