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How to Repair a Leaking Reusable Water Bottle Cap

After years of heavy use my favorite insulated metal water bottle has a small leak near the cap after I dropped it. I wondered if I could repair my leaking insulated water bottle (I already wore out and replaced the original cap) since I thought the leak was on the rim of hydration bottle and not the lid. It also turns out that yes, you can repair a leaking water bottle rim and cap. Here’s how.   Save this quick and easy reusable water bottle repair to your Pinterest boards for later! Share it with your friends!

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