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Re: filmscanners: Another Mission Completed



I'd be concerned about existing moisture freezing on the CD if placed in the
freezer.

Maris

----- Original Message -----
From: "tflash" <tflash@earthlink.net>
To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2001 2:22 AM
Subject: Re: filmscanners: Another Mission Completed


| on 5/11/01 8:44 PM, Arthur Entlich wrote:
|
| >> How about wrap them in groups of say 10 in food wrap (cling film in the
UK)
| >> and include some silica gel which could be replaced every couple of
years.
| >>
| >> Should be very cheap and I dont see why it shouldn't work. A more
expensive
| >> but more durable option would be to replace the cling film with air
tight
| >> plastic food boxes - you'd still need the cling film.
| >
| > Actually, I'd think your idea would work using the heavier "zip-lock"
| > freezer bags with a small silica gel pack.
| >
| > BTW, silica gel can be recharged with a microwave or regular oven.
|
| How 'bout doing all the above and putting it all in a closet or wardrobe
| with a humidifier in it. I wonder if putting CD's in a ziplock/tupperware
| thing and then the freezer would add to their longevity?
|
| Todd
|
|




 




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