CDS, CDH and a MMS1 all-day bottle should be stored below 50F (10C) and away from light. The reason is because CLO2 evaporates easily when above 50F.
When taking out a dose from a bottle, CLO2 likes to escape. So take off the cap, take out a dose, and quickly recap the bottle. The larger diameter the bottle's mouth, the more CLO2 escapes. This is how I get around that problem. You need a syringe anyway to dose CDS or CDH, so just add a long blunt-tip needle. Seal the tiny hole in the cap with a piece of tape.
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