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Default A Yeti Style Cup Almost Killed My Patient
Interesting story about a dude who did not clean his "daily use" cup good enough.
Disclaimer: I love my Yeti cup.
Cliff notes version: clean your lids kids!


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Good info there!
Already forwarded to some friends.
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I shared this video on facebook. It seems like common sense to take it apart to clean it, but I guess some people don't realize that gasket thing traps gunk. You gotta take those lids apart and clean each part regularly!
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