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Chode2235

Gulp bag(s) drying out

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I have several bags of gulp that are drying out, any idea on what I can do to "re-hydrate" them, and keep them in good shape for the long haul?

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Get some Gulp Alive! spray and dump a little in there, or get a container of Gulp Alive! and add all your bags into there.

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I agree, if they're completely dried out I don't know if Gulp Alive will rejuvinate them, but if they're starting to dry out it should take care of them nicely

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The zip lock seal on the Gulp bag is defective about 50% of the time. The zipper separates from the bag and stays zipped together. Its a problem, but its being worked on, I believe.

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I talked to a Berkley rep. at the sports show this spring. He said that the bags are now compatible with the juice in the buckets. Last year I tried to "rejuvinate" my bag of gulp twisters by throwing them in my bucket of twisters. woops! Make sure all the gulp is recent to be compatible. If anybody cares, I was talking to him because I was mad that I spent that much money on the tub of twisters and they didn't twist. He said that problem is fixed now and they are mutch more plyable.

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Also try a gallon sized ziplock for all your scented plastics.

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