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    Yeti and RTIC sell metal straws that come with a brush to clean them properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LesMan View Post
    We purchased ours from SAMS CLUB ... and they work great. Fill with ice - take to the beach all day long - leave in the sink when we return to the room - and there is still ice in the morning when we switch to morning coffee!! We also buy the big bag of large diameter colored straws - give 'em a squeeze - and stick them into the sippy hole in the lid (toss and replace when they get nasty!!)

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    We bought Bubba Mugs a few years back for our beach holidays. Work great and far less expensive...
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    https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=15993

    We're using these and they work a little too well... The drink stays frozen and you can't drink it!!! On sale...!

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    Great price, my covers for my RTIC tumblers were almost this much. Don't drink too fast "brain freeze"

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    Quote Originally Posted by act1966 View Post
    https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=15993

    We're using these and they work a little too well... The drink stays frozen and you can't drink it!!! On sale...!
    We bought the 64oz one like the 32oz shown on this page for our morning water and afternoon mixed drink ice on the beach.

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