Fox Pepper Spray Freezing?

Fox Pepper Spray Freezing?

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    Fox Pepper Spray Freezing?

    Does anybody know if Fox Pepper Spray will freeze if I keep it in my car in the winter?

    Well, I'm sure somebody knows, but I need to know

    I bought all my friends a 2 oz. dose for Christmas and was asked the question. Thanks


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    The packaging should have acceptable temperature range printed on the bottle.
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    jar is right, it should say.

    I would tend to think tho that - because contents stored under pressure this would depress freezing point dramatically - tho no idea quite how much. If inadequate info on container - could be a phone call will do the trick.

    Let us know what you find out, unless someone else has the specific info.
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    Their phone number was on the canister so a quick call answered my question. The guy said it would thicken but not freeze, and he didnt recommend leaving it in the car all the time. Coat pocket would be a better idea.....sounds good to me!!!!!!!

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