It's such a beautiful summer here in Kentucky. And, if y'all are anything like me, you're spending more time outside, working out a little more, and trying to stay hydrated! Now, everybody knows that Tervis Tumblers are the best at keeping your drinks cold and showing off your personality.
Now. if you follow HerKentucky on Instagram, you may have seen that I recently took advantage of the Tervis Tumbler Lifetime Warranty and sent several of my older tumblers in for a replacement. Since a few of y'all asked about the warranty replacement, I thought I'd share a little more about the warranty and replacement steps.
If your Tervis Tumblers have gotten damaged -- sometimes the seal in the double-wall construction will become damaged and even cause the two pieces of the cup to separate -- all you have to do is fill out this form and ship your tumblers back to the Tervis company. Or you can return them to a Tervis store (it looks like the closest ones to Kentucky are in Cincinnati or Knoxville!) You can specify if you want to reuse the design you have or if you want a coupon code to purchase new Tumblers online. The return is quick and easy, and you're back to enjoying a fun, cold drink.
Now, we've been using Tervis Tumblers at my house for as long as I can remember, and I've found a few tips that help keep them looking great. First off, keep your cups far away from sunscreen! Sunscreen leaves a nasty film on a Tervis cup that simply will not wash off. Second, don't put them in the bottom rack of the dishwasher. I've been guilty of this from time to time, especially with the 24oz cups. This is the fastest way to crack the seal between the two insulated layers, and it will result in condensation inside the cup design! Finally, use a little paste of baking soda and water to shine the cups! It makes them look like new!
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