IT WILL REFILL!! DER!! lol soz i mean it will refill but it could contain some horrid bacteria inside it! by the way im kwl!
In a very sealed non -porous container water is not evaporated.
You can reuse stuff by using it again. Example: You use a gallon of milk, you can reuse the container it came in to hold water to water your plants.
An unopened bottle has an indefinite shelf life.
The object will dissolve in the container of water.
Water freezes at 32*F regardless of its container, or lack of container. As long as the water hasn't been altered with preservatives, flavors, colorants or other ingredients the temperature at which it will freeze doesn't change.
Please grab the bottled water in the fridge!=Do not let the bottled water go to waste. The bottled water in the pantry is Aquafinas, not Zephyrhills. =P Lolz..=
It depends on the size of the bottle. According to the International Bottled Water Association's website, the average gram weight of the 16.9 ounce "single serve" bottled water container has declined from 18.9 grams in 2000 to 12.7 grams in 2008.
Bottled water, like any other water, is still H20.
Charles Pinth invented bottled water in 1813. Dasani and Aquafina are 2 of the most popular brands of bottled water.
Bottled water that is purified would be best.
They made bottled water so that people can have portable water wherever they go.