Hi I have 2 questions, hope someone can help me. I wish to take a brand new carbonated drink, open it and pour it immediately in several other small containers. I know when I do that I start letting the co2 go away, but I want to keep whatever fizz is left for several weeks. Q1 : Is it possible to reflush with C02 the top of my container in order to recreate the C02 equilibrium above the surface of the drink and then close as tight as possible? What could be the shelf life of my new repacked drink then? (given the hypothesis that my new container has the same co2 impermeability properties as the original bottle) Q2 : Actually, if I refill my new container leaving a very small "empty" volume above the surface then close as tight as possible, will the escaping C02 recreate this equilibrium protection above the surface and give me a good remaining shelf life for my product. Thank you.