We are also using the Extreme coolers (we lined the interior of the lid with Reflectix heat barrier… the silver bubble wrap stuff). We have no problem keeping our dogs well below 41F in ice. And we are in 1 hour south of Albuquerque NM. So it does get hot here. Our drinks cooler tends to freeze up the drinks. Often David has to chip ice off the cans.
Thanks HDK,nice fridge thats alot of ice,maybe worth it in the long run
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Someone suggested this site to me. Well worth the cost if you want to properly store foods at or below 41 F.
the AA on board cooler is a joke. not even close. you can carry about 22 dozen buns in it! a buddy keeps his marine battery in there. i always thought maybe i could charge extra to have a girl jump out of it at a party–(a skinny girl). most of the time i use it for nothing.
i have two “Extreme” coolers from Walmart. they do a great job. ice on drinks, ice packs on food. bigger event just needs a bigger cooler and more ice.
Hey RR’s,well finaly found my Commisary,so were moving forward[8D]anyway how does one try to maintain 41f or lower in a hotdog cart,I have an All American HDC ice cool SUCKS any suggestions…Thanks
How to Keep the Dogs Chilled in Fla!
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