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I added some dish soap the other day and it helped some.
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I tried glycerin last night and it seemed to help a lot. But the water was warm at this point too. I'm not sure if that made a difference.
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I need to quit switching colors to be sure. That green one was a whole lot brighter than the others. I think the warm water probably had the biggest effect. It will be room temp after work and I'll do another green to see.
 

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This is glycerin at room temp. not as bright as the warm water green but brighter than the original blue. I think the glycerin helps but warm water seems to be the biggest factor. Being in NE Ohio, I don't think I can keep them warm so I will go with the glycerin and maybe a couple of drops of dish soap for what it's worth. I would be interested if foil helps.
 

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Left hand is the original. Right hand is blue with the glycerin added. not much difference.
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This is glycerin added plus about 3/4 L of tonic water. This was a suggestion from my 7 year old grandson and it didn't help much. I think the color is the biggest factor and we may be going with tap water. We will still be way cooler than the neighbors.
 
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