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Bottles and Carbonators

Information Regarding Spärkel Bottles and Carbonators

How to Clean Your Spärkel If You Have Used DIY Carbonators

If you have made your own carbonators with ingredients commonly available in homes and grocery stores, please stop using DIY carbonators immediately and follow these cleaning steps to help maintain your system and reduce personal safety issues moving

Are Spärkel Bottles dishwasher safe?

Spärkel bottles are dishwasher safe. They are also BPA-free and do not have an expiry date.  Although they do not have an expiry date, do not use a bottle if it appears bent, broken, or damaged. The top and bottom bottle caps are removable for easy c

What are Spärkel Carbonators made of?

The carbonators are made of a special granulation and concentration of citric acid and sodium bicarbonate.  Spärkel carbonators are placed in a sealed chamber within the Spärkel appliance to generate the CO2 gas that travels to the bottle to sparkle

Where does the carbonator go after carbonation?

One carbonator (A+B) is used to sparkle each 750ml (25.4oz) bottle.  The carbonator is poured into the interior carbonation chamber through the top funnel hole.  When you pull down the handle, the interior carbonation chamber is sealed and some water

Is the carbonator packaging recyclable? How much plastic do they use?

Our team undertook a very deliberate development process to ensure that our carbonator packaging is recyclable and to minimize its size. You will see the recycling symbol #5 on each carbonator sachet.  This symbol means that the carbonator sachet pac

Why You Should Never Use DIY Carbonators with Your Spärkel

Spärkel, we share our customer’s desire for quality carbonation, saving money and the environment. However, it has come to our attention that a small number of our Spärkel users have been making DIY carbonators with ingredients commonly available in

Why are Spärkel Bottles made of plastic and not glass?

Very early in the development process, we wanted to develop a glass bottle to work with the Spärkel system.  Unfortunately, the risk of glass shattering during and after the carbonation process would require significant shielding for safety reasons a