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Just wondering what temperature you keep your solution? I keep mine in the garage which is pretty cold at the moment. But in the summer, it warms up considerably - where do you store yours? x
 

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Keeping it in the garage is a great idea as it stays cool through out the cold days! As for summer, you could keep it in your fridge! That way it will deffinitely stay cool :)
Hope this helps
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Thanks Trinitia x
 

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My fridge is FULL of spray tan solution! It's so expensive I can't risk not keeping it cool. So yes, fridge all the way!
 

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in the winter months ormal room temp is fine,just make sure the lid is tight and stored out of direct sunlight
In summer fridge or cool garage will do the trick
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I'm dreading the summer months as my fridge is not big enough to have all my solutions standing upright and my bottles leak :( god knows where I'm gonna put them!
 

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I'm dreading the summer months as my fridge is not big enough to have all my solutions standing upright and my bottles leak :( god knows where I'm gonna put them!
mmm well what with the weather were currently havin I dont think you will have a problem
Even if your fridge is full you can maybe store in a dark corner of the coolest room in your house...maybe stand the product up in a bucket of water to help keep them cool....but make sure lids are tight
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Get yourself a cheap fridge off eBay or gum tree and put it in the garage or somewhere. You might even be able to get a small one to save on space.
 

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Mine are stored in a biggish cardboard box in my tanning room, away from direct sunlight, but never been in a fridge, always been ok with mine x
 

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Thanks guys, i feel so sorry for my clients having that cold spray on them. One of my ladies' knees physically knock together!!! x
 

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Yeah I have clients who shake bcoz they are cold bless.

Just warm them up after the tan with the warm air from your hose for a minute or two, thats what I do x
 

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Yeah I have clients who shake bcoz they are cold bless.

Just warm them up after the tan with the warm air from your hose for a minute or two, thats what I do x
Yes i do that Lush - its a nice way to end the tanning experience! x
 

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I didn't have a massive problem last year with heat but I'm considering this year buying a couple of the soft cool bags and just rotating a stock of freezer blocks in them. THis would do the trick wouldn't it? I certainly do have room in the fridge nor room for another fridge. Maybe an idea for transporting the bottles in the car when I have call for them too.

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I didn't have a massive problem last year with heat but I'm considering this year buying a couple of the soft cool bags and just rotating a stock of freezer blocks in them. THis would do the trick wouldn't it? I certainly do have room in the fridge nor room for another fridge. Maybe an idea for transporting the bottles in the car when I have call for them too.

xxx
Good idea for transporting in warm weather - i'll try that x
 

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