Seasonal heads up-Winter product storage

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  1. lotsie

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    I was washing the MINIs today, and was thinking it was probably time to move my detailing products to their warm winter space.

    Although most products can stand a light freeze, and even turn into a Slurpee, it is best to avoid this kind of thing. So if you live where things can freeze, it's probably time to make sure you have all your products in a warm place.

    Mark
     
  2. Steve

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    Odd, I've never thought about this. Anything I use that might be adversely affected happens to live in a heated environment all the time so it hasn't come up, but I don't think I would have thought of it on my own until spring while wondering what happened. Good advice!
     
  3. lotsie

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    Steve, you need to remember that where I used to live there was 5 months of "HARD" winter, and 7 months of poor sledding.
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    I tend to be a little sensitive when the temps. start to drop:arf:

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    Isn't that the temperature that air turns to a liquid? :crazy:
     
  5. lotsie

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    Not quite, but moisture in the air does turn into ice crystals, causing it to "snow", with clear skies.

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