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    #680364 - 06/15/02 02:57 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

i have two cakes, and i keep them each in these gallon ice tea containers that seem to be just about the perfect size for a single cake. I keep them in my closet most of the day and move them out near the window for a few hours of sunlight for the rest. now today i had to quickly get those suckers back into their hiding place, in my rush i happened to tip on of the cakes over and now it has little pieces of perilite on it where it fell over. will this be okay? do i need to carefuly remove every little bit? crusted is an overstatement of course, but there are still like many 12-17 or so little pieces on it. has anyone else have this problem? what would be the problems with leaving them on? I dont think contam would be one, i have a half water half H2O2 mixture of water soaked into the perilite. thanks in advance.

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Re: perilite crusted cakes [Re: _Lucid_]
    #680392 - 06/15/02 03:09 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

It shouldn't be a problem. I did that before and i just left it alone. Of course if your really paranoid you could sterilize tweezers and pick every piece off but i wouldn't

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Re: perilite crusted cakes [Re: _Lucid_]
    #680836 - 06/15/02 07:08 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

If you dunk between flushes most of the perlite will come off the cakes.
It wont hurt them but it sucks when the bottom of your shrooms are covered in perlite.


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