Avoid Winter Dehydration

Avoid Winter Dehydration

October 23, 2014 | Under Bottle Bright Blog | Posted by | 1 Comment

Winter is on its way and most of us are spending more time in a heated environment, leading to dry skin, chapped lips, headaches, etc…all caused by dehydration.  Usually we think of dehydration as more of a problem in the summer, but actually in the winter moisture can be drained from the body more easily…

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California Drought Rages On

California Drought Rages On

October 10, 2014 | Under Bottle Bright Blog | Posted by | No Comments

The National Drought Mitigation Center just released its latest Drought Monitor map.  One big takeaway – it’s dry in California…really dry.  The latest map shows 58.4% of the State is in exceptional drought – the National Drought Mitigation Center’s most severe drought classification. Take a look at the National Drought Mitigation Center’s website to view…

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Liquids We Love – Cold Brew Coffee

Coffee – the most traded commodity after petroleum, which really says something about how much people value this ancient beverage.  If you love coffee like we do, than you almost certainly have your preferred method of preparation.  Improving on that method can not only be a challenge, but perhaps needless – why mess with success. …

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Students Ban Bottled Water

Students Ban Bottled Water

September 18, 2014 | Under Bottle Bright Blog | Posted by | No Comments

It is now widely understood that single-use bottled water is bad for the environment and bad for your wallet.  Here are a few sobering statistics that highlight this: – The production of water bottles uses 17 million barrels of oil a year, and it takes three times the water to make the bottle as it…

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Bottle Love

Bottle Love

December 8, 2013 | Under Bottle Bright Blog | Posted by | 1 Comment

Here at Clean Ethics, we are long time water bottle connoisseurs. Recently we were remembering back in the 1980’s buying Sigg fuel bottles and using them as water bottles. I shudder to think about the BPA we were ingesting, but at least we were well hydrated. At that time, water bottles were exclusively the merchandise…

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Liquids We Love – Tea

Liquids We Love – Tea

October 13, 2013 | Under Bottle Bright Blog | Posted by | No Comments

I love tea, and I’m not alone – tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world after water. I brew green tea that I take with me each morning in a travel mug, and a cup of herbal tea to wind down at night. Tea has become a daily ritual for me, not…

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Hydration Quiz

Hydration Quiz

July 20, 2013 | Under Bottle Bright Blog | Posted by | No Comments

Test your Mobile Hydration Proficiency! Circle the answers that apply, then add up your points to find out if you are an on-the-go beverage expert. 1. How thirsty are you right now? A. Totally quenched. [5] B. I could use a drink. [0] C. A bit parched. [-2] D. My mouth feels dusty. [-7]  …

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Where is the water?

Where is the water?

April 17, 2013 | Under Bottle Bright Blog | Posted by | No Comments

Here at Clean Ethics we think a lot about drinking containers, and by extension, drinks.  Water is what often comes to mind when thinking about the drinks we consume – it is the basis for every other beverage, not to mention vital to our existence.  Without drinking water we can only survive a few days…

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The Origin of Clean in Kind

The Origin of Clean in Kind

March 25, 2013 | Under Bottle Bright Blog | Posted by | No Comments

It wasn’t long after creating Bottle Bright for our hydration packs that we began eyeballing all the other dirty drinking vessels in our lives.  We needed a way to maintain the cleanliness of our water bottles, and our travel mugs seriously needed some deep cleaning.  But it was when we threw some Bottle Bright tablets in a…

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