I will be returning home in a couple weeks, and will be in a better position to make regular contributions to your blog. I have just looked at the comments to my last post, and it appears that I may have inadvertently created some frustration among your readers, regarding a couple of promises I made about future posts. To let your readers know that I have not disappeared, I am submitting this rather short, but hopefully satisfying post.
Greetings to the readers of PoppersPlace:
In my previous post, I hinted about a simple device that you might already own, which will maintain the freshness of your poppers indefinitely.
Using this simple system, your poppers will stay as fresh as the day you purchased them. What is this amazing solution to the age-old problem of stale poppers?
It is a simple syringe (without the hypodermic needle, of course).
1) When you purchase a new bottle of poppers, place it in the freezer (before opening it) – this is to reduce the volatile evaporation of the product.
2) Take a syringe – large enough to contain the contents of the bottle. – The type used for refilling ink cartridges will work fine.
3) Take the cold poppers from the freezer and cut the seal. Immediately upon opening the bottle, fill the syringe with the poppers. When the contents of the bottle has been taken up into the syringe, point the tip of the syringe upward and press the plunger slightly to purge any air from the chamber. Place a cap onto the tip.
4) When you are ready to enjoy your poppers, simply uncap the syringe and press the plunger to squirt a small amount into a bottle or cotton swab.
By preventing the infiltration of air and water, the syringe will keep your poppers as fresh as new until the very last drop !
Of course, nothing will turn bad poppers into good, so now that you have a way to keep them fresh, it will be well worth purchasing the best poppers you can find.
I will be returning with more posts in the near future. Until then, let me know what’s on your mind – and what you think of my amazing popper-saver invention.
Stay tuned and play safe.