- Aug 21, 2019
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I was wondering if anybody uses pill bottles to store chemicals in. I'm just getting back into fermenting (not that I ever did much) and I will have a small supply of chemicals. I've read an article that makes sense (I have no idea where it was, though ). It basically laid out the idea that a way to increase the life of the chemicals is to keep air/oxygen from getting to it and a way to do that is to break the packages down in to slightly smaller packages so that when need to use some you don't expose the entire amount to oxygen...some stays packed away while you have your working stock. Being as I know I will be a small-time winemaker I figure it might be good to do this. So, anybody using pill bottles to store small amounts of chemicals in. Wash'em good and go for it? Too much trouble? Thanks for your thoughts!