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    Printing Paper Storage

    This may be a simple and basic question, but one I have: is it appropriate to store printing paper in the freezer? I'm planning to get a small chest freeszer to store film, and wondered if storing some paper that I don't use often would be a good idea. I plan to wrap the boxes in plastic wrap to keep mositure out, but is that sufficent? Thank you.

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    Printing Paper Storage

    Yes. And yes.
    Wilhelm (Sarasota)

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    Printing Paper Storage

    Been doing for years as with film. Works great. Seal well especially for a self defrosting freezer.

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    Printing Paper Storage

    Hummm, never thought of keepin paper in the fridge (though I store all my film there).

    I just used some Kodak B&W paper that's been just stored in a cupboard since about 1987 and it works fine.

    . . . wish I could keep chemicals that long ;-)

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