FAQs
How fast does it work?
You never rush a BooZi. BooZi is a lifestyle. A better time. For hard alcohol, a minimum of 24 hours but 48 hours is best. For wines a minimum of 4 hours but 6 is best. Take a little wine out, put in the BooZi, recork and then put back from once it came until consumption. For water 12 hours.


Is it reusable? How many times?
Yes indeed the BooZi is reusable. For large 1.75l bottles of Hard Alcohol you can reuse a BooZi 4 times. For small bottles 750ml, you can reuse it 6 times. For wine you can use it up to 12 times. After that time, the BooZi is full of toxins can can't absorb anymore and you will notice its not pulling anything out anymore. 

Can you use it in wine? How long? 
Yes, its quite delightful in wine. It pulls the sulfites and removes what I like to call the "sulfite bite" which is that nasty tinge left on the back of your tongue. I recommend 4-6 hours ahead of your wine drinking occasion. 

Do I have to use it in the same liquor?
It is preferred to reuse a BooZi in the same liquor, however if you want to switch to a different kind, simply rinse the BooZi with warm water for best results. 

How long can I use it in my Coffee pot?
When using in a coffee pot reservoir you can keep it in for 90 days. Simply keep the reservoir full after coffee making use and the BooZi will work on the water for your next cup or pot of coffee.

Where can I buy this?
BooZi is currently available online at www.BooZi.net.  and at select retailers on the Retailers page of this website.

How should I store it?
If it is completely dry, put it in a sealable bag or container ready for the next use. If recently rinsed, let the BooZi air dry and then follow above. 

How do you keep track of how many times you use?
Notes work.  I take a sharpie and write the use number, like on my bottle of vodka there is a 2 on it because its the 2nd bottle I treated. 

Will it clean water?
BooZi has been shown to remove chlorine and other compounds out of tap water to improve the taste and make better coffee or tea. It is currently not recommended for the water purification intended for outdoor survival (ie ponds, drainage ditches, sewage, you get the picture).