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Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets

SKU:A24740000H

Do you like drinking ice wine or coke? You are looking the one that can keep bottles icy cold and this cheap ice bucket is attractive, whish made from acryl. Ice Bucket has soft grip for easy lifting and carrying. Fill the bottom with ice a...
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Specifications:


  • Keep bottles icy cold in this attractive, insulated cheap ice bucket
  • Fill the bottom with ice and it will stay frozen for hours without creating condensation
  • Keep your refreshments where you want them without worrying about your furniture
  • Use the insert to prop up and serve two bottles of wine, or other beverages
  • Safe to use in dishwasher 
  • Keeps your ice cool and clean at social gatherings
  • The cheap ice bucket has soft grip for easy lifting and carrying
  • Perfect size cheap ice bucket with tongs is perfect for intimate small get togethers
  • This beer bucket is great for indoor or outdoor entertaining
  • Material: Acryl
  • Height: 200mm/7.8in(Height)
  • Diameter: 180mm/7.1in

Details:

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Fill the bottom with ice and it will stay frozen for hours without creating condensation

History of Buckets:

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Buckets are among the most versatile tools in the world
  • Champagne bottle in ice bucket image by Paul Retherford from Fotolia.comOpen-ended containers with flat bottoms have existed since ancient times. Vessels commonly referred to as buckets, typically with a handle, or bail, across the top, are medieval inventions. Numerous materials have been used in the manufacture of buckets

Etymology:


  • The word bucket appeared in the 13th century. It possibly derives from the Old English word "buc," meaning pitcher, bulging vessel or belly. Animal organs may have constituted the earliest buckets

Firefighting:

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Leather buckets appeared in most early American homes.Leather buckets, made from animal hides, became standard household items in Colonial America. Men and boys attended fires with buckets personally marked for easy retrieval after the confusion

Wooden Buckets:

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Wooden buckets elicit notions of simpler times.Coopers fashioned wooden buckets by fitting wooden staves inside metal rings in the Middle Ages. Wet coopers specialized in watertight buckets, while dry coopers made buckets that could not hold water

Galvanized Iron:

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Iron trumped wood for sturdiness.Stanislas Sorel patented galvanization in 1837. The metallurgical process shielded iron or steel with a zinc-coating. For buckets, the process promised sturdy construction without fear of rust. Galvanized iron buckets replaced leather buckets as the firefighting buckets of choice

Plastic:

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Plastic buckets range from utilitarian tools to toys.The first plastic buckets hit the market in 1967, but the first plastic pail covers did not follow until 1971. Until that time, metal covers sealed plastic buckets

How to Make an Ice Bucket?

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets

Prep the Gear:


  • Peel labels off the paint cans and remove any residual adhesive

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Remove handle from smaller paint can using pliers

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Clean interior of larger can to ensure that it's free of loose debris

Build Mold:


  • Set a 1-gallon paint can inside the larger can and line it up so the handle joints of the large can line up with the holes where the handle of the smaller can attached

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Tie one end of string to the base of the handle on the larger can, and feed the string through the near hole in the smaller can. Pull string taut and tie a knot on the inside of the smaller can

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Feed string through hole on the other side of the small can and pull taut. Mark the string just inside the smaller can

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Pull the string out of the hole and tie a knot at the marked spot, then feed the free end back through the hole and tie it around the handle of the larger can, making sure the string stays taut all the while

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • The small can should now be hanging from the string, not touching the bottom or sides of the large can

Create Ice Bucket:


  • Fill the space between cans with purified water. If desired, add four drops of food coloring in the water equally spaced around the can

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Carefully place can mold into a freezer or an ice chest, making sure the bottom is level. Freeze for at least three hours or overnight

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Remove frozen mold from freezer and cut and discard string

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Heat cans to unmold the ice bucket: Submerge entire mold in hot water for 10 seconds. Fill interior can with hot water for 10 seconds

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Gently rotate interior can until it can be pulled free, then invert large can and slip it off the ice

Garfieldal Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets


  • Fill ice bucket with chilled bottles of wine or other beverages, and top with ice cubes

Package Included:


  • 1 x Acryl Crystal Ice Buckets