If I do not use the nitro tables regularly. How would I store them to increase the shelf life?
- 19 Sep 2009 by The beab
5 Oct 2009
Once you have opened the bottle it is good for 3 months, so there's no way you can increase it's shelf life. When the bottle isn't open it is good until the expiry stated by the manufacturer.
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