Storing Slabs- better to leave in plastic bag or not?
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Going to leave a few slabs stored in my cabinet drawers for long term storage.  Just wondering if any knows if its better to leave the slabs in the plastic bags or should it be taken out in a more breathable condition?  This is not an airtight environment but will be dark and air conditioned.  

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Think the bags would be fine.  There breathable

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I keep mine bagged, the CGC cases can get scuffed, and scratched up if stored without one. 👍

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I use two bags

Always keep a spare one handy for myself just in case hers falls off

 

..oops, wrong forum....

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6 hours ago, nepatkm said:

I keep mine bagged, the CGC cases can get scuffed, and scratched up if stored without one. 👍

2nd this. 

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4 hours ago, bc said:

I use two bags

Always keep a spare one handy for myself just in case hers falls off

 

..oops, wrong forum....

Paper or plastic?

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16 hours ago, bc said:

I use two bags

Always keep a spare one handy for myself just in case hers falls off

 

..oops, wrong forum....

Now, the question is:

What other forums are you going to?

So I can avoid these kinds of discussions...

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11 hours ago, mattn792 said:

Paper or plastic?

Gunny sack for her

That way I can put her food in it later

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14 minutes ago, bc said:

Gunny sack for her

That way I can put her food in it later

Now you’re talking!

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I like to use the legal size bags from E Gerber instead of the Kroger bags that CGC puts on there.

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