Is it safe to drink from a metal mug that has some rust on it?
We have some metal camping mugs that have a thin layer of ceramic over metal. Some of the ceramic coating has chipped away and allowing the rust to form. So…is it safe to drink from these mugs?
It actually depends if the mug is in continues use and being cleaned on a very regular basis then it’s safe. But if was siting there for a long time and there’s rust on it means you may become sick by using it.
Do these sound like good Christmas presents?
So far I have bought my 15 year old sister a good Starbucks mug and a spa gift card, for my dad a new coffee mug and a new camping chair and for my mom a sweater and a cute dog calendar. (I spent a LONG time saving up to buy these as well)
Those all sound like amazing gifts I’m sure they are all going to love them. Happy Holidays !
Jetboil mug rust ring?
I recently just got off a acf camp and i found the mug of my jet boil mug was rusty i managed to clean most of it up but there is still a line of rust on the bottom of the mug although this does not affect the performance of the jet boil i would like to learn how to get rid of the rust ring and how to prevent this for the future 10 points for best awnser
Paint the bot tom With hi temp Ceramic paint
I am fighting my caffeine addiction any tips?
Okay, in 3 weeks I go to Army boot camp where I can’t drink coffee. A big mug in the morning has been a part of my daily routine. I never drank coffee at any other time during the day.
Today is my first day without and I have been very sleepy and had a monster headache. Anyone know any healthy alternatives or how many days I’ll deal with the headache and almost this drunkeness without coffee? I feel so out of tune and almost a bit dizzy like coffee brought focus to my day and helped me work.
I just finished coming off the caffeine addiction, and my best friend for the first week was ice-cold water and sweet-tea. Sweet tea has less caffeine than coffee, energy drinks, and diet sodas.
The good thing is that with summer comes heat, and nothing makes you feel cooler than a big glass of ice water. Drinking ice water in the winter just doesn’t have the same affect. I would switch up the water with sweet-tea every now and then. This will give your body a small amount of caffeine to allow you to wean yourself off it.
If the headaches become unbearable, I would try a Goodies or BC Headache powder. Check with you doctor before you take it….I don’t know your health history and there may be some issues.
Hope this helps….good luck….trust me…you will feel better in 5 or 6 days…and it is worth it!!! I feel better already!!
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