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OK, I read the two Pinned posts on shell life and temperature, but what about the shipments that leave your warehouse and have to travel across the country in below freezing temperatures. Will this have an effect on the products. I place an order earlier this week for a three different products in gallon refills (Shampoo. Waterless Wash & Detail Spray) as well as a few bottles of glass cleaner, 3 cans of on In&Out and the two paint correction. Will the freezing weather that the shipment will go through be a concern?

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Hey Jack, thanks for checking out the pinned topics on storage!  They refer more to long-term storage, so the few days that your products are in transit are usually not enough to do any kind of permanent damage as far as temperature extremes are concerned.

 

We do our best to try and avoid shipping out packages when bitter cold is swallowing up a large portion of the country, but as a few folks on here can attest, sometimes a shipment will show up with some frosty goods in it.

 

If that's the case, just let them thaw naturally at room temperature for a day or two.  Once thawed, give them a good shake.  If you don't notice any strange visual separation or floating "globs" of product, then you'll be just fine!  If you do, let us know ASAP and we'll get some new juice headed your way!

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