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Life Of Resin....?

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How long does the remaining resin last for once the bag has been opened? Does it 'go off' if the bag is not sealed well?

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tench0771

im not shore but i would think the resin would absorb water in the air witch will make it not last as lng maby? i just fill my di"s an twist the bag tite an tie a bit of string around it job done mine last ages but im getin a sealed contaner soon so i dont have to mess around probly best to leave it in a cool dry place to :Image14:

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rcproperty

if the resin dries out in air, so keeping it sealed in an air tight container is best,

 

if its looks like its drying out then you can add a little bit of PURE 000ppm water to it to keep it damp.

 

I have a back that over a year old, but that's starting to not last as long as it did.

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HotWash Window Cleaners

Resin fresh tubs are a good idea.

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Shine Window Cleaning

Okay, cheers guys- looks like a sealed air-tight container would be the sensible way to go then.

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