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Re: [Z_Scale] Re: Deterioration of open cell foam

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  • de Champeaux Dominique
    Anyway, can one confirm there is no long term problem is the stuff is kept in a reasonably cooled room? Speaking of my AZL s, I unfortunately dropped off the
    Message 1 of 9 , Sep 30, 2010
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      Anyway, can one confirm there is no long term problem is the stuff is kept in a reasonably cooled room? Speaking of my AZL's, I unfortunately dropped off the matching cloth wrappers and plastic sheets...
      Dom
       
       


      --- En date de : Jeu 30.9.10, ztrack@... <ztrack@...> a écrit :


      De: ztrack@... <ztrack@...>
      Objet: Re: [Z_Scale] Re: Deterioration of open cell foam
      À: tscheuzger@..., z_scale@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Jeudi 30 septembre 2010, 4h21


       



      I also remember hearing the part of the foam deterioration can be the
      leaching of chemicals from the paint on the products. The fumes over time can
      case an interaction with the foam. This is why the foam will bond with the
      paint on the piece and cause the alligator affect that was noted earlier. I
      image some paints are more prone than others. One thought would be to wrap the
      product in a protective plastic sheet to prevent direct contact with the
      foam. AZL brass products are packaged with both a cloth wrapper and a plastic
      sheet.

      Rob

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