- 1 What can I do with an old ice chest?
- 2 Do cooler hacks work?
- 3 What can you do with beer kegs?
- 4 What is the best material to keep ice from melting?
- 5 Does aluminum foil keep ice from melting?
- 6 What materials keep things cold?
- 7 What can I use instead of a cooler?
- 8 What can you do with a cooler?
- 9 How can I make my cooler look new?
What can I do with an old ice chest?
15 Things You Can Use As An Ice Chest This Summer That Will Make You Look Cool and Keep Your Drinks Cold
- The Repurposed Refrigerator.
- The Plastic Swimming Pool.
- The Humble Bucket.
- The ‘Spruced Up’ Cooler.
- The ‘Write’ Cooler.
- Ice Chest Table.
- The Wine Barrel.
- The Rain Gutter Picnic Table.
Do cooler hacks work?
There is no point spending time and money on adding insulation and hacks to your cooler if it isn’t going to hold ice any longer. The first two videos were successful and the hacks helped their regular 1-day coolers hold ice for around 2.5 days in the summer heat. Definitely a success!
What can you do with beer kegs?
Here is a collection of weird and wonderful ways to transform the humble keg.
- Bar Stools. Your customers need a place to sit belly-up… why not on a container that held their beer before they did?
- Planters. Talk about giving kegs new life!
What is the best material to keep ice from melting?
Styrofoam is the best insulator for preventing ice from melting.
Does aluminum foil keep ice from melting?
What Materials Can Keep Ice From Melting? A recent study has shown that most of the time, all you need is a wrap of aluminum foil to keep your ice from melting without a freezer or a cooler. Wrapping up ice in an aluminum foil will make it last for over four hours.
What materials keep things cold?
Below are 10 common materials that you can use to keep things cold and to keep ice from melting.
- A Vacuum. A vacuum is by far the best known insulator for keeping things cold.
- Polyurethane (like in Yeti Coolers)
- Fiberglass Insulation.
What can I use instead of a cooler?
If you’re keeping drinks cool at a party, finding a makeshift cooler is even easier. Use a large flower pot, a toy wagon, a kiddie pool—or even this easy-to-make floating cooler that uses Tupperware and a pool noodle.
What can you do with a cooler?
Luckily, there are super easy ways to make your cooler stay cold for a longer period of time:
- Pre-chill the food and drinks you plan on packing.
- Fill the cooler to the top with food and drinks.
- Freeze bottled water to store in empty spaces.
- Store your cooler out of the sun.
- Put the ice in last.
How can I make my cooler look new?
Use Bleach, Water and a Good Scrub Mix bleach with water and a 1 to 6 ratio and use a sponge to apply the mixture all over the inside of the cooler giving it a good scrub as you do so. Then leave the bleach to dry or if you want to be like me leave the bleach for about 30 minutes and then rinse and scrub the cooler.