With summer ending in the UK and temperatures dropping, people are becoming more lenient with how they are storing their poppers, no longer thinking about storing them safely and instead believing that there are no storage guidelines when it comes to poppers. This however not the case... It is advisable to store all poppers in the fridge when not being used, or alternatively in cool dark places like cupboards, and out of the reach of children.
Poppers can be harmfully affected by UV rays and because of this come in small brown bottles that help to protect them from UV rays. They also usually come with full body or large wrappers to help keep them protected. Light can still get through these bottles however so they should be kept in cool dark places, with no UV light, at all times when not in use.
In addition to keeping poppers in cool, dark places it is also important for users to ensure that they replace the caps of their bottles as tightly as possible after each use. When caps are not secured properly the chemical creates pressure in the bottle allowing the poppers to escape and become weakened.
These poppers storage guidelines should be accurate for all brands of poppers however to be super safe here at Liquid Gold Poppers we always advise our customers and all poppers users to read the instructions that come with each bottle of popper that they buy.
If anyone has any questions whether they be in relation to storing our Liquid Gold Poppers or anything else poppers related our team are always delighted to help and can be contacted here: https://www.liquidgoldpoppers.co.uk/contact.html