Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Cold Thermogenesis

How to Clean a Chest Freezer Ice Bath

Learn how to clean and sanitize your chest freezer cold plunge.

Read the step-by-step instructions here:

Cleaning & Sanitizing Materials
* Marineland Magnum Filter
* Evob Skimmer net
* Hydrogen peroxide
* Rag
* Brush
* Squeegee

Other stuff
* Food grade silicone sealant
* Clear Water Fun garden hose filter
* BINO Collapsible Basin
* Magnesium flakes
* 8 lbs Epsom salt

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9 thoughts on “How to Clean a Chest Freezer Ice Bath
  1. Nice setup Troy! I have the frigidaire 19.8 chest freezer, had it about 3 months now. I have been running into an issue of sediment building up on the bottom. I drain and clean it thoroughly every 3-4 weeks, and it continues to happen. Do you believe the filter is key to keeping it clean for longer? That is the only thing I am missing. Do you use bagged ice when filling it? I have been filling it with 100lb, and I am thinking there may be dirt coming from this. Appreciate any feedback or insight.

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