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#1 posted 03-27-2013 02:46 AM

I move stuff into mason jars as it gets smaller in quantity. Space is the biggest issue.
+1 Druid666 wrote you need to store it in a place that will not let it freeze.
Use 3/4 masking tape and write when last used on it each time you open anything, glue, finish, stain, etc etc. If you don’t want to move chemicals inside because of who might get into them you could build a cabinet and use a 40wt incadescent bulb to keep it warm, NOT hot…. Maybe a therm to keep an eye on it? I have a climate controlled shop so this is not an issue, others may offer suggestions on how to build from experience.

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