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Thread: Does Instant Conditioner Get Old?

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    Does Instant Conditioner Get Old?

    I need to add some stabilizer, and I have a jug of Instant Conditioner that's been sitting in the garage for three years since I first bought and used it. Does it get old? Is there anything wrong with using it now, or should I throw it out and buy a new jug?

    I don't even remember what the liquid looked like when I used it last. Right now, after being shaken, it looks like a thick, opaque white liquid.
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    Re: Does Instant Conditioner Get Old?

    I don't really know but I would put a bit in a clear glass of water and make sure it mixes in good without clouding your water. If it mixes in then use it. Once the pump has run for the day test and see if it "stuck".

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    Re: Does Instant Conditioner Get Old?

    I don't know for sure but I tend to think it will be fine. I have never heard of any problems with old stuff.
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