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Does anybody’s Fire&Water Safe smell or get damp?

Written by Josh on August 25, 2009 – 8:30 pm -

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We have the Fire & Edge; Water the safe and put the cards random in there, pictures, special envelopes. In any case, when we open them, really feel the smell of Male who felt the smell of when first we obtained, so must be some special chemical. Everything feels wet inside. The envelopes are cold and wet and really bendy. It 'cuz really bizarre s are intended to prevent from entering the water and it' s the Gradica they 're dry. Ideas? Oh yeah, and the stack of images inside is coming together attacked. Nothing that tears together or attacking visibly, but I must separate.

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  1. By waksio on Aug 26, 2009 | Reply

    Are you sure the humidity was coming not from the outside? put some rice in cloth and see what happen?

  2. By bill b on Aug 29, 2009 | Reply

    Putting test a pair of charcoal briquets inside it, absorb moisture [and smells for that matter]. Put them inside a paper bag lunch loose to hold the cards clean.

  3. By buzzardslanding on Aug 31, 2009 | Reply

    All those are safe. Make a bag of silicone ensure that safe gun to absorb moisture. It comes with a strip of paper that turns color when the contents of the silicone is no longer any good. I bought for my bass pro shops in the department of the gun. Now my jewelry of gold no longer run the darkness one or the other.   Vada a. beechems.com to manufacture the product.

  4. By prince_2b_princess on Sep 1, 2009 | Reply

    wen your photos remain stuck not pull apart from the impregnated in water for an hour out that then separates slowly and that has left dry could get a little deformed but the photos will be safe and regarding your safe on riassegnila inside to cool an area and just the shock in some aspirin and a good cigar smell sententia both absorb moisture and odors and lasts several months

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