Re: storing greenstuff and procreate: freezer or refrigerator?
> Procreate absorbs moistureI've never heard of this problem before so I checked it with the
company. While they have not tested PC in a high humidy
- Oops, pressed the button too soon. Once again:
> Procreate absorbs moistureI've never had this problem and I'd like to know what your experience
with this is exactly.
I just asked the Kraftmark company as well. While they have not
tested PC in a high humidy environment, degradation from absorption
of water in the air sounds very unlikely. This is also my experience.
ProCreate is somewhat water soluble. If you use a lot of water a slip
will form. But for this you'd need to "force" the water in (through
rubbing for instance). It's not that it just absorbs water.
I've stored ProCreate in the freezer from when it was introduced and
have not had any problems. Packaging is the standard blister as sold
in the store. I also have other water soluble putties like Milliput
and A&B in the freezer. None of these show loss of quality through
moisture. Neither those sealed tight, nor those in an open bag or
By the way, forthe physicists here: doesn't a freezer have a lower
humidity than a fridge? Less watermolecules since it's all ice?