|Baylee ||04-03-2013 08:58 PM |
Do elecrolytes ever go 'bad'?
I was cleaning out out horse trailer today and found a full container of Electrolytes. It was tightly sealed and didn't seem to have any moisture on the inside of the container but I wasn't sure if I should keep it or throw it out.
Do electrolytes have an 'expiration' date or anything? I don't know how old the container is ( although it looks to be in new-ish condition). I haven't found anything about it online either but wanted to check first :wink:
|COWCHICK77 ||04-03-2013 09:14 PM |
I am not sure. It may depend on the ingredients?
I use Electro-Dex and have had used leftover tubs from the previous summer with no issues.
|SaddleOnline ||04-04-2013 10:19 AM |
I think they do have a shelf life, depending on the brand. You could always call the company and ask them what they suggest as a shelf life for their product if there isn't any expiration date on the package.
|Baylee ||04-04-2013 10:34 AM |
Ok,thanks for the help! :)
|Saddlebag ||04-04-2013 01:28 PM |
It is mainly salt with a very small amount of potassium and other trace minerals. Minerals are pretty stable.
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