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Re: [at-l] water bottles

> Date:          Thu, 20 Nov 1997 07:27:06 -0500
> To:            at-l@saffron.hack.net
> From:          Jennifer Delia Sawyer <jdsawyer@bu.edu>
> Subject:       [at-l] water bottles

> Here's another one of those "back to the basics" question for y'all.  All of
> my water bottles are the Nalgene hard plastic (smokey grey translucent)
> except one that is a Nalgene white one that seems to be of a softer plastic.
> Well that one makes my water taste like plastic.  It's horrible.  I've tried
> baking soda, hot water, salt water, dish detergent, you name it.  Any ideas
> how to make this awful plastic smell/taste go away???
> Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow...
> Pooh
> ---
> Jennifer Delia Sawyer
> Boston University School of Law
> jdsawyer@bu.edu

I know what you mean about the Nalgene bottles holding smells
and flavors.  I tried everything, too.  I ended up with just going 
with those Smokey grey Lexan bottles that you mentioned.



Michael E. Footit
Houston, TX
March 15!!!
GA-->ME 98

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