Tip: countertop ice makers!

My ice maker died since counter top ice doesn't last long. I make the ice and put in a gallon baggie, freeze it hard, 15 minutes later break it loose, dump it in the door bin. Then I fill the bin and make a spare bag. The spare bag saves me!
  5 answers
  • Susan Kapustka Susan Kapustka on Jan 07, 2017
    Buy ice at the store for a dollar (7 pounds of ice) and put it in the dispenser or just put the bag in the freezer.

  • Kenneth Trimmer Kenneth Trimmer on Jan 07, 2017
    did that once but the ice that I got didn't seem to last long but it was only 2 bucks for 20 lbs

  • Danielle Odin Danielle Odin on Jan 09, 2017
    Buying ice is the easy way to go but you don't know what the condition was of the water used. Making it at home you at least know where the water came from. I use a Multi-Pure water filter and it removes most of all the garbage that is found in our drinking water. It makes for some very good ice.

  • Juanita Juanita on Jan 14, 2017
    I couldn't live without my portable ice maker. We camp and it saves us a lot of money (buying ice) and time (going after ice). When not camping I bring it in so it gets a lot of use. It is about 4 years old now. Sounds like it is on its last leg but I will replace it for sure.

  • Kenneth Trimmer Kenneth Trimmer on Jan 14, 2017
    I feeling I run mind 1 day every 3 days. I just like freezing it in the freezer makes it the ice last a little longer.