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Old 03-06-2018, 03:30 PM   #4
grimstock
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Originally Posted by bamboozooka View Post
i've gone back to a milkman and glass bottles. makes you realise just how far a pint of milk doesn't go lol
Very wise too!
For storing vinegar and juices, it is cheaper to buy brand new milk bottles (wash them first, naturally) than buying the PP or other bottles/jugs, and they are only around £2 - £2.50 per glass bottle on ebay.

Over time plastic does slowly degenerate making them less safe.
Keeping them at room temperature, and free of any juices, acids, etc., will help the longevity of the plastic.
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