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Re: Fruiting in a dusty closet?
    #15192 - 05/02/00 02:32 AM (16 years, 9 months ago)

It could be a problem. Most housedust is dead skin cells that have dried out and are loaded with nasties.

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Re: Fruiting in a dusty closet?
    #15194 - 05/02/00 02:38 AM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Make sure you get all those cobwebs outta the corners. Lotsa luck and lysol to u.

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Re: Fruiting in a dusty closet?
    #15195 - 05/02/00 08:26 AM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Why exactly can you not clean it?


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Re: Fruiting in a dusty closet?
    #15196 - 05/02/00 08:37 AM (16 years, 9 months ago)

GOD DAMN SON WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU THATS ABOUT AS USEFUL AS TITS ON A BULL!


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Re: Fruiting in a dusty closet?
    #15197 - 05/02/00 10:41 AM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Just keep a lid over the whole thing, it should be ok. At that stage in thier life, a little dust shouldn't hurt them.

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Re: Fruiting in a dusty closet?
    #15198 - 05/02/00 06:37 PM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Well cleaning all the shit out of this closet would take a dinosaur's age for one thing, plus it would look suspicious if I were to suddenly decide on cleaning out my closet that I haven't touched in years... there are some family members in the house that don't exactly condone to this.

I have considered putting a sort of lid or cover over top the casings. I just can't really find anything that would work well. I want something transparent so that I can shine light through it without having to take the lid off periodically. I was thinking maybe a cut up clear plastic garbage bag would do the trick... anybody have a better suggestion? Oh yeah, I don't want to cut off the clean oxygen supply to the casings... is this really important though?

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Re: Fruiting in a dusty closet?
    #15199 - 05/02/00 11:26 PM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Go buy a big bottle of Clorox disinfectant spray (kills 99.9% of germs, molds) and absolutely NUKE your closet. spray ceiling, floor, corners, in betwwen each article of clothing, the clothing, the air in general, NUKE the place. Do this 4 or 5 times in one day and you will have a STERILE closet, without actually cleaning. You should also spray the outside of your closet and around your closet.
For a terrarium, i use a 10 gallon rubbermaid. I cut a hole in the top and put saran wrap (cling wrap, whatever) over the hole. I usually put about 2 or three layers of it on and tape the edges of it thouroughly so little air escapes. The lid is NOT airtight, but if your using perlite it shouldnt matter TOO much. If the humidity is too low then put a "tent" over the hole thing. Good luck!


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