Nalgene Cleaning Tablets

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Nalgene Cleaning Tablets will keep your water bottle or hydration reservoir clean without a lot of scrubbing or hard work. Comes with 12 tablets that will clean up to 1 liter bottles or reservoirs each. All you have to do is add to warm water in your bottle or bladder, shake, wait and rinse. Inhibits the growth of bacteria and associated stains and odors. Effervescent formula helps the cleaning process. Keep your bottles and hydration reservoirs tasting and smelling fresh with these easy-to-use tablets from Nalgene. 12 Effervescent Cleaning Tablets. Bottles: Fill with warm water, for 1/2 to 1 liter, add one tablet, for larger bottles, add one tablet per liter. Cap, let dissolve, shake to mix. Wait 15-30 minutes, shake often. Rinse bottle and cap well. Bladders and hoses: Fill bladder 1/2 full with warm water, add 1 tablet. Compress to remove air. Close, shake to mix. Advance liquid through hose and bite valve. Wait 15-30 minutes, shake often. Rinse well before use. Will not remove permanent stains from containers. Keep out of reach of children

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

A simple way to clean hydration bladders, hoses, and water bottles. Cleans those hard to reach areas without special tools or brushes. 12 tablets per package.

- Vargo Outdoors

Nalgene Cleaning Tablets


The Cleaning Tablets has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$9.50 - $9.95

The Nalgene Cleaning Tablets is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2016 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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