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DE (frozen/heat)
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DE (frozen/heat)
You once told me that I could not freeze the DE water, what is too bad
since that would have been a good way to give it to my husband
as icecubes.

You did say it could be heated but now my other question is I put it
in his coffee, what is warm but does the coffee effect it. I hope not.
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07-05-2012 08:49 AM
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RE: DE (frozen/heat)
(07-05-2012 08:49 AM)audible Wrote:  You once told me that I could not freeze the DE water, what is too bad
since that would have been a good way to give it to my husband
as icecubes.

You did say it could be heated but now my other question is I put it
in his coffee, what is warm but does the coffee effect it. I hope not.

Yes, the DE water can be used for his coffee.

The problem with the freezing is that when you freeze water it will push out impurities in the process. Ever make ice cubes with tap water? If you have you would have found a white powder on your ice cubes. That is the mineral impurities being pushed out during the freezing process. If you freeze the DE water the DE can be pushed out of the water during freezing. But you can always add ice cubes to DE water.

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07-05-2012 07:22 PM
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