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VickiP
15-07-2010, 04:32 PM
This will probably sound silly but, just want to check, it says on the box that they need to popped in the freezer four hours before use, mine arrived today and they aren't needed (typical) I have them on the top of the fridge but, was wondering if they can just be stored in the freezer? It doesn't weaken the plastic or anything or affect the 'freezable' stuff inside if they are left in the freezer - I have those picnic ice things which are fine I leave them in there and haven't had a prob but, I just want to check they can't crack or anything:? Anyone do this, leave them in all the time?

Blackberry & Co
15-07-2010, 04:41 PM
I've been leaving mine in the freezer when not needed, else I'll lose them :oops:

Hope they'll be ok, they have so far.

Georgeypudding
15-07-2010, 04:43 PM
that reminds me mines in the garden :shock: :oops:

VickiP
15-07-2010, 04:43 PM
I've been leaving mine in the freezer when not needed, else I'll lose them :oops:

Hope they'll be ok, they have so far.

Oh cool thanks, yeah I got 3 and have them sat on the fridge but, the weather is so unpredictable I know I am going to want them and be like uhhh I have to wait a few hours, so I figured leave them in there and then if it suddenly gets warm one day they are ready to roll, if it was for me I wouldn't care but, as it's for them I thought I'd just check. I'll pop mine in the freezer then. Thanks x

VickiP
15-07-2010, 04:44 PM
that reminds me mines in the garden :shock: :oops:

Not a completely silly thread then Georgey go get it now and put it in the freezer :wave:

thenamesJT
15-07-2010, 04:45 PM
Mines was being used as a frisbee for the dog the other day......my 28 year old brother & his stupid ideas. :roll:

Weird thing is.....Rodge was chasing after it too.:shock:

VickiP
15-07-2010, 04:47 PM
Mines was being used as a frisbee for the dog the other day......my 28 year old brother & his stupid ideas. :roll:

Weird thing is.....Rodge was chasing after it too.:shock:

:shock: They are quite tough then! That's good, they are sort of frisbee shaped, Rodge was saying that's mine get orrrrrf :lol:

ash&crystal
15-07-2010, 05:21 PM
dog got a hold of mine (managed to open a cupboard door) and punctured a hole in it:roll: she didnt get any of the contense inside but i just lost 5.99:roll::lol:

VickiP
15-07-2010, 05:23 PM
dog got a hold of mine (managed to open a cupboard door) and punctured a hole in it:roll: she didnt get any of the contense inside but i just lost 5.99:roll::lol:

Oh how annoying, glad poochie is alright though, obviously wants a frisbee :lol:

Michelleox
15-07-2010, 05:40 PM
I've left mine in the freezer for weeks and it's been fine.

Buns won't go near them though :roll:

maxxev
15-07-2010, 05:43 PM
I've left mine in the freezer for weeks and it's been fine.

Buns won't go near them though :roll:

im glad its not just my rabbits then:roll:
kyi really struggles with the heat i thought shed love it...but no......still hasnt touched it:roll:

Georgeypudding
15-07-2010, 06:16 PM
Not a completely silly thread then Georgey go get it now and put it in the freezer :wave:

Yes Ma'am! *salutes*. I shall go now :p

happysaz133
15-07-2010, 07:03 PM
Yep, mine live in the freezer so they don't get lost! They only time they come out is for a few hours in the run!

KarenM
15-07-2010, 07:15 PM
I've got two and they're in the freezer all throughout the summer (I use one each day, so they're out for a few hrs every other day iyswim). This will be the 3rd summer they've been used and they seem fine. :)