Why do water bottles have a "best if used by" date?

Answer Bacteria starts to grow. Since bacteria grows in moist areas It also starts to taste plasticy

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Differences Between Reusable Water Bottles and Plastic Bottles?

Designers and manufacturers make water bottles in a variety of different styles and shapes. If a bottle is a single use only, attention is paid to certain aspects, such as safety-sealed lids. If a ... Read More »

Do PUR 2 Stage water filters fit water coolers& bottles?

The Pur 2 Stage line of water dispensers and filters are not designed to fit water coolers and bottles; however, water from a Pur 2 Stage water dispenser can be filtered and poured directly into a ... Read More »

Bad to reuse water bottles from bottled water?

is possable but if you wash it occationally it should be fine. plus you have an imune system for a reason. if your never exposed to germs , when germs do come along you'll be screwed.

What water bottles contain bpa?

Water bottles that may contain Bisphenol A, or BPA, are the harder plastic bottles made with polycarbonate plastics. These can be identified by checking the recycle symbol. If it has #7 on the symb... Read More »