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Offlineiloveraving
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Storing Syringes
    #910706 - 09/26/02 10:11 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)

Quick question that I'm sure someone will answer quickly. My brother's, friend's, aunt's, cousin's, friend's, mama just got some syringes. One will be used tomorrow, the rest need to sit for about 2 or 3 months. Rite now, they are sitting in the box they came in, in a cool dark place, that I like to call a closet. Should they store the extras in the fridge or anything? Would the cold hurt the spores? Are they better off where they are now? Is this bad and should the syringes just be used as soon as possible?

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Re: Storing Syringes [Re: iloveraving]
    #910765 - 09/26/02 10:31 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)

They are fine where they are. For storage up to a year, I would leave them in the box and put the whole thing in the veggie drawer of the frige.

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Re: Storing Syringes [Re: iloveraving]
    #910795 - 09/26/02 10:43 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)

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Re: Storing Syringes [Re: SwondPooping]
    #910908 - 09/26/02 11:25 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)

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put the whole thing in the veggie drawer of the frige



I suggest placing the syringes into 3 ziplocks. One inside the other inside the last one.  Then place it in your veggie drawer.  Ryche Hawk suggests this and who am I do disagree?  :smile:


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