You know when you open a can of Coke and it tastes like it was made for a certain demographic?
If you are one of those people, you may be able to avoid the dreaded green goop that is CO2.
These cartridges are made by two of the world’s largest CO2 producers, the Swedish company Nucleus and the U.S.-based maker of the American Green Bead.
The American Green Bud, which also makes the Coke, Pepsi, and Tropicana beverages, is making its own cartridges, but they come in several sizes.
The cartridges are designed to keep CO2 out of plastic bottles, but some consumers prefer the taste of the beverage and the taste-adjusted flavor enhancers that are included in these cartridges.
The biggest drawback with these cartridges is that they aren’t cheap, costing up to $30 to $40 a pop.
If you have a little bit of spare cash lying around, there are plenty of ways to make your own CO2 cartridges at home.
We rounded up the best of the best CO2-containing household products for your home use.
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Nucleon CO2 Portable CO2 RefrigeratorThis compact fridge is designed to be used as a portable CO2 storage unit, so you don’t have to lug around a big container of the stuff.
The fridge is constructed of plastic and includes a CO2 refrigerator that will keep the CO2 at the top of the fridge, which is handy when you’re trying to avoid green goo in your fridge.
It comes with a CO 2 bottle, which can be refilled in a number of ways.
For instance, you can put the bottle in the fridge and refill it at home by adding CO2 into a container of water or a cup of tea.
The bottle is also refillable with a can, so if you want to store it in your freezer, you have the option.
The Nucleons portable CO 2 refrigerators have an average lifespan of about 20 years and can be used for up to a year, but you can also use them for up