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Wet sporeprints!!!
    #716957 - 07/02/02 12:16 AM (16 years, 2 months ago)

When I sometimes do prints, they are a little bit wet. What shall I do? Remove the cap and leave them to dry? Maybe you can help. Thank you.


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Re: Wet sporeprints!!! [Re: dumlovesyou]
    #716961 - 07/02/02 12:38 AM (16 years, 2 months ago)

I dont think its much of a problem. Tape the edges and have them dry out a little before putting into a ziplock.


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Re: Wet sporeprints!!! [Re: dumlovesyou]
    #716994 - 07/02/02 01:48 AM (16 years, 2 months ago)

>Remove the cap and leave them to dry?
Yes, leave them in the conainer you made the print(or the jar respectively) for 1-2 days after you removed the cap.
Leve the container a crack open so some air exchange can take polace.

Packaging wet prints can lead to spore germination, or contamination.


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Re: Wet sporeprints!!! [Re: Anno]
    #717060 - 07/02/02 02:49 AM (16 years, 2 months ago)

High,

Moist on the prints, I have seen it before too.
The last time I encoutered it I removed the caps and placed some dehydrant in the container too. It worked very well

The dehydrant was place in a empty teabag and place on a small dish.

Now checking out the quality of one of the prints.


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