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CamelBak Cleaning Tablets - 8 Pack

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Nothing's worse than funky water. Nothing's better than a crystal clear Camelback!

Camelbak Cleaning Tablets are formulated to reduce taste and odor via a convenient tablet. You drop one Camelbak Cleaning Tablet in a water-filled reservoir. Then foaming action wipes out the dirt and grunge that has built up over long periods of time. Using safe Chlorine Dioxide, each tablet cleans up to a 100 ounce reservoir. Get 8 tablets per box.
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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'll admit, I had my bladder for 10 months without really cleaning it (insert horrific gasp) and the water tasted neglected to say the least. I thought it was past the point of no return but with one last ditch effort I purchased these tablets and like magic, I had fresh, spring drinking water on-the-go straight from my CamelBak!

The instructions are fool-proof and it only takes 5 minutes (that's a mere 300 seconds) to clean the bladder completely! I couldn't believe how simple and quick it was. And for a pretty neglected bladder one tablet did the trick.

So ... why didn't anyone tell me these tablets were so magical!?!?! Never living without them again!


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Get a few packs of these if you use your hydration bag often, and even if you don't. Those tubes and flimsy bags don't dry well and get funky. These tabs will clean them out so the water tastes like water next time you need it.

Works great.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Nothings worse than a rank bladder and nothing's better than these at cleaning out the stank. I do find that I need to double the dose on my 3 liter bag.

Clean your Bak

    I love CamelBak products but their cleaning products are expensive gimmicks. If you rinse your bladder out right when you get home with a common product you may already have in your home, denture cleaner, mouthwash, hydrogen peroxide, a little bleach, baking soda, etc. to kill any bacteria and store it in freezer you should have no issues. My favorite is 3-4 denture tablets over night, rinse, roll the bladder and store in a freezer bag to prevent the freezer burn taste. Now get outside!

    Clean your Bak

    Are these really necessary?

      Although I've never used this product I question its usefulness. There are definitely less expensive alternatives that do the same job. I mix ¼ cup of Listerine (any mouthwash will do) with ¾ cup of water and shake it up in the bladder. They I draw the fluid from the mouthpiece to clean out the tube and mouthpiece. The next step is to drain any remaining fluid from the bladder but DO NOT rinse out any residual mixture. You can do that right before you use the bladder the next time. Store the bladder in the refrigerator until next use. I’ve been doing this for years and have never had a mold issue. Plus, if you forget to rinse all the fluid before you use it next, your breath will be minty fresh! ;-).

      I'm such a dork:( I just purchased more hoses...I always forget to clean the camelbak after ski season..'cause it hasn't ended in CA yet!! and we will be able to randonee through ?? end of August, If this heat spell ever ends:( I use the mouthwash on everything=from peach leaf curl to all types of bacterial or fungal sites ..on the horses, cats, poor husband & myself. thanks for the reminder...even Everclear didn't help in the camelbak hose:(

      They Work

        These work but are very pricey. I have found that using denture cleaning tablets work just as well and are much cheaper. Just make sure to buy the non-flavored tabs or your water will taste like mint.

        What A Scam!

          A couple drops of bleach to clean OR clean with baking soda does the same thing!

          And chances are you already have that in bulk form at home!

          ^ I wouldn't use bleach. I have been using a little baking soda and then lemon juice. Lemon juice is a natural acidic cleaner. Plus if you don't rinse it out all the way you aren't drinking bleach water..but have a slight taste of lemon to your water.

          I used 8 ozs of bleach and rinsed and rinsed . The tube did have lots of black/brown scum in it . When I rinsed it the scum came out like long dark cobwebs . So far I have not been sick . Bleach seems to work for me , although I will try not to leave the Camelbak for 8 months next time . I typically only use it in the summer .