- Just fill this Ice cube mold with water, juice, or your favorite drink mix, freeze it
- Directly push the cubes out from the bottom of the tray
- This Guitar Ice Cube Tray is made of non-toxic and eco-friendly material
- This Silicone Guitar Ice Cube Tray is clean and in very good condition
- Color: Blue
- Material: Silicone & PP
- Size: 20 x 17 x 2cm/8 x 6.7 x 0.8in(L x W x T)
- This Guitar Ice Cube Tray uses 3 stirrers for guitar necks which freeze right into the ice cube
- Just fill this mold with water, juice, or your favorite drink mix, freeze it
- Simply pull the sides of the tray outward to release guitars from mold
- This Guitar Ice Cube Tray is made of non-toxic material, which retains shape, unbreakable
- Drop one of these groovy guitars into your drinks and give it a stir
- This Silicone Guitar Ice Cube Tray will definitely add lots of fun to your regular beverages
- Try to use your favorite juice, drinking or a food coloring for fun
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How to Recycle Ice Cube Trays:
In many homes today, ice makers have relegated plastic ice cube trays to a storage shelf. With their neat little divided compartments, ice cube trays can be recycled in lots of clever ways. Dust off your plastic ice cube trays and read the following list of suggestions for ideas to recycle them.
- Tidy up the junk drawer. Slide an ice cube tray into the drawer to hold paper clips, thumb tacks, stamps, rubber bands, paper clips and other odds and ends.
- Organize the workbench. Use ice cube trays to sort screws, bolts, nails and other small parts.
- Create a painter's palette. Mix paints in the individual compartments of a sturdy plastic ice cube tray.
- Keep parts organized by storing them in sequence. Disassemble a small appliance for repair and sort the parts in order to facilitate easier re-assembly. Use masking tape to mark the sequence.
- Chop veggies for soups and stews and freeze for future use. Dice onions, celery, parsley, carrots or other vegetables, place them in the ice cube trays, add a little water and freeze. Pop them out when frozen and store in self-sealing plastic freezer bags.
- Make a batch of soup stock. Store the cubes in self-sealing plastic freezer bags. Use the cubes of chicken or beef stock to flavor quick-cook dishes. Do the same with leftover red or white wine and use it in pasta sauces and casseroles.
How to Fill an Ice Cube Tray:
Making your own ice at home is a cost friendlier way to keep your drinks cold than purchasing bags of ice from the store. Filling ice trays is an easy task that provides you with the ability to freeze a variety of liquids, whether you're making flavored ice cubes, normal ice cubes or tasty treat.
- Select a clean ice tray that is large enough to make the amount of ice that you want. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes and textures.
- Fill each receptacle of the ice tray with the liquid you have chosen, whether it be bottled water, tap water or a fruit juice of some kind. Fill each one all the way full. Standard ice tray receptacles are between 1 and 2 oz. each in volume. If there are ridges or indentations in the ice tray receptacles use them as guides on how full to fill each one. This keeps the water from overflowing in the tray.
- Place the filled ice tray carefully into your freezer.