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Storing Supplies and Freezing Temperatures

Chris Hnatiuk
Hi SUDSOL Members,

I'm in a situation where our home contents, including my precious Stampin' Up! supplies, are temporarily stored in outdoor container pods until we find a house to move into.  Has anyone had any experience with how freezing temperatures may affect our inks, stamps, etc.?

Thanks in advance for any help/information you can provide.

Chris in Calgary, AB Canada (where it just snowed heavily and we have minus temperatures!!!)
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Jeanne Moss

I don’t think there is any danger to your stamps, but I would think any liquids might be affected.

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Hi SUDSOL Members,

I'm in a situation where our home contents, including my precious Stampin' Up! supplies, are temporarily stored in outdoor container pods until we find a house to move into.  Has anyone had any experience with how freezing temperatures may affect our inks, stamps, etc.?

Thanks in advance for any help/information you can provide.

Chris in Calgary, AB Canada (where it just snowed heavily and we have minus temperatures!!!)

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Re: SU!: Storing Supplies and Freezing Temperatures

Barbara Stitt

Refills may freeze and crack.  Unsure about stamp pads, but would avoid leaving them ion cold weather.

Barbara Stitt

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I don’t think there is any danger to your stamps, but I would think any liquids might be affected.

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Jeanne Moss
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Hi SUDSOL Members,

I'm in a situation where our home contents, including my precious Stampin' Up! supplies, are temporarily stored in outdoor container pods until we find a house to move into.  Has anyone had any experience with how freezing temperatures may affect our inks, stamps, etc.?

Thanks in advance for any help/information you can provide.

Chris in Calgary, AB Canada (where it just snowed heavily and we have minus temperatures!!!)

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Re: SU!: Storing Supplies and Freezing Temperatures

Phyllis Strickland

Call DS because they should know.   But I am sure anything that is not a solid (solid = Paper, glass, acrylic, metal, plastic, wood) would be at risk.  Ink pads and refills, adhesives of any kind including adhesive backed gems, embossing paste, etc.

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Refills may freeze and crack.  Unsure about stamp pads, but would avoid leaving them ion cold weather.

On Oct 3, 2019, at 9:04 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n50001h77@.nabble>
> I don’t think there is any danger to your stamps, but I would think any liquids might be affected.
>
>> On Sep 29, 2019, at 11:24 PM, SUDSOL [Chris Hnatiuk] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n49928h9@.nabble
>>
>> I'm in a situation where our home contents, including my precious Stampin' Up! supplies, are temporarily stored in outdoor container pods until we find a house to move into.  Has anyone had any experience with how freezing temperatures may affect our inks, stamps, etc.?
>>
>> Thanks in advance for any help/information you can provide.
>>
>> Chris in Calgary, AB Canada (where it just snowed heavily and we have minus

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Re: SU!: Storing Supplies and Freezing Temperatures

Linda Pastva-Callahan

I would think any alcohol-based ink would be ok. Our regular line of inks no, since they are water based. Any plastics would get brittle tho if in temps below 25F. Not sure about any adhesives. Do you absolutely have no alternative to store these supplies? I would hate to have to replace everything.
Linda

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Call DS because they should know.   But I am sure anything that is not a solid (solid = Paper, glass, acrylic, metal, plastic, wood) would be at risk.  Ink pads and refills, adhesives of any kind including adhesive backed gems, embossing paste, etc.

On Oct 4, 2019, at 12:18 AM, SUDSOL [Barbara Stitt] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50005h89@.nabble >
Refills may freeze and crack.  Unsure about stamp pads, but would avoid leaving them ion cold weather.

On Oct 3, 2019, at 9:04 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50001h77@.nabble >
> I don’t think there is any danger to your stamps, but I would think any liquids might be affected.
>
>> On Sep 29, 2019, at 11:24 PM, SUDSOL [Chris Hnatiuk] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n49928h9@.nabble
>>
>> I'm in a situation where our home contents, including my precious Stampin' Up! supplies, are temporarily stored in outdoor container pods until we find a house to move into.  Has anyone had any experience with how freezing temperatures may affect our inks, stamps, etc.?
>>
>> Thanks in advance for any help/information you can provide.
>>
>> Chris in Calgary, AB Canada (where it just snowed heavily and we have minus



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Serena Marsh

Are your storage containers insulated 

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I would think any alcohol-based ink would be ok. Our regular line of inks no, since they are water based. Any plastics would get brittle tho if in temps below 25F. Not sure about any adhesives. Do you absolutely have no alternative to store these supplies? I would hate to have to replace everything.
Linda

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Call DS because they should know.   But I am sure anything that is not a solid (solid = Paper, glass, acrylic, metal, plastic, wood) would be at risk.  Ink pads and refills, adhesives of any kind including adhesive backed gems, embossing paste, etc.

On Oct 4, 2019, at 12:18 AM, SUDSOL [Barbara Stitt] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50005h89@.nabble >
Refills may freeze and crack.  Unsure about stamp pads, but would avoid leaving them ion cold weather.

On Oct 3, 2019, at 9:04 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50001h77@.nabble >
> I don’t think there is any danger to your stamps, but I would think any liquids might be affected.
>
>> On Sep 29, 2019, at 11:24 PM, SUDSOL [Chris Hnatiuk] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n49928h9@.nabble
>>
>> I'm in a situation where our home contents, including my precious Stampin' Up! supplies, are temporarily stored in outdoor container pods until we find a house to move into.  Has anyone had any experience with how freezing temperatures may affect our inks, stamps, etc.?
>>
>> Thanks in advance for any help/information you can provide.
>>
>> Chris in Calgary, AB Canada (where it just snowed heavily and we have minus



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Re: SU!: Storing Supplies and Freezing Temperatures

Connie

I leave some stamping supplies at my cottage every year when I close up. Winter temps can be -30, and I have had no problems. Reinkers, as long as not full have never cracked, ink pads and markers work fine the next spring.

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Are your storage containers insulated 

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I would think any alcohol-based ink would be ok. Our regular line of inks no, since they are water based. Any plastics would get brittle tho if in temps below 25F. Not sure about any adhesives. Do you absolutely have no alternative to store these supplies? I would hate to have to replace everything.
Linda

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Call DS because they should know.   But I am sure anything that is not a solid (solid = Paper, glass, acrylic, metal, plastic, wood) would be at risk.  Ink pads and refills, adhesives of any kind including adhesive backed gems, embossing paste, etc.

On Oct 4, 2019, at 12:18 AM, SUDSOL [Barbara Stitt] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50005h89@.nabble >
Refills may freeze and crack.  Unsure about stamp pads, but would avoid leaving them ion cold weather.

On Oct 3, 2019, at 9:04 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50001h77@.nabble >
> I don’t think there is any danger to your stamps, but I would think any liquids might be affected.
>
>> On Sep 29, 2019, at 11:24 PM, SUDSOL [Chris Hnatiuk] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n49928h9@.nabble
>>
>> I'm in a situation where our home contents, including my precious Stampin' Up! supplies, are temporarily stored in outdoor container pods until we find a house to move into.  Has anyone had any experience with how freezing temperatures may affect our inks, stamps, etc.?
>>
>> Thanks in advance for any help/information you can provide.
>>
>> Chris in Calgary, AB Canada (where it just snowed heavily and we have minus



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Robin Messenheimer

I’ve left ink pads and markers in the far North Woods of Minnesota over several winters, and they’ve been fine.

 

Robin

 

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I leave some stamping supplies at my cottage every year when I close up. Winter temps can be -30, and I have had no problems. Reinkers, as long as not full have never cracked, ink pads and markers work fine the next spring.

 

Connie Douglas

 

 

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Are your storage containers insulated 

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I would think any alcohol-based ink would be ok. Our regular line of inks no, since they are water based. Any plastics would get brittle tho if in temps below 25F. Not sure about any adhesives. Do you absolutely have no alternative to store these supplies? I would hate to have to replace everything.
Linda


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Call DS because they should know.   But I am sure anything that is not a solid (solid = Paper, glass, acrylic, metal, plastic, wood) would be at risk.  Ink pads and refills, adhesives of any kind including adhesive backed gems, embossing paste, etc.

On Oct 4, 2019, at 12:18 AM, SUDSOL [Barbara Stitt] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50005h89@.nabble >
Refills may freeze and crack.  Unsure about stamp pads, but would avoid leaving them ion cold weather.

On Oct 3, 2019, at 9:04 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50001h77@.nabble >
> I don’t think there is any danger to your stamps, but I would think any liquids might be affected.
>
>> On Sep 29, 2019, at 11:24 PM, SUDSOL [Chris Hnatiuk] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n49928h9@.nabble%20%0b>>
>> I'm in a situation where our home contents, including my precious Stampin' Up! supplies, are temporarily stored in outdoor container pods until we find a house to move into.  Has anyone had any experience with how freezing temperatures may affect our inks, stamps, etc.?
>>
>> Thanks in advance for any help/information you can provide.
>>
>> Chris in Calgary, AB Canada (where it just snowed heavily and we have minus


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Re: SU!: Storing Supplies and Freezing Temperatures

Chris Hnatiuk
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Thanks so much for your comments and input, ladies.  I have finally gotten my supplies into our house, and from what I can tell so far, everything survived!! 

I had to laugh when I went to use my liquid Tombow, because it just blurped out and made a mess.  Probably a little pressure build-up due to the temperature change, but once that was over with, all was good.

Chris in Calgary Canada


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I leave some stamping supplies at my cottage every year when I close up. Winter temps can be -30, and I have had no problems. Reinkers, as long as not full have never cracked, ink pads and markers work fine the next spring.
Connie Douglas


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I would think any alcohol-based ink would be ok. Our regular line of inks no, since they are water based. Any plastics would get brittle tho if in temps below 25F. Not sure about any adhesives. Do you absolutely have no alternative to store these supplies? I would hate to have to replace everything.
Linda

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Call DS because they should know.   But I am sure anything that is not a solid (solid = Paper, glass, acrylic, metal, plastic, wood) would be at risk.  Ink pads and refills, adhesives of any kind including adhesive backed gems, embossing paste, etc.

On Oct 4, 2019, at 12:18 AM, SUDSOL [Barbara Stitt] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50005h89@.nabble >
Refills may freeze and crack.  Unsure about stamp pads, but would avoid leaving them ion cold weather.

On Oct 3, 2019, at 9:04 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50001h77@.nabble >
> I don’t think there is any danger to your stamps, but I would think any liquids might be affected.
>
>> On Sep 29, 2019, at 11:24 PM, SUDSOL [Chris Hnatiuk] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n49928h9@.nabble
>>
>> I'm in a situation where our home contents, including my precious Stampin' Up! supplies, are temporarily stored in outdoor container pods until we find a house to move into.  Has anyone had any experience with how freezing temperatures may affect our inks, stamps, etc.?
>>
>> Thanks in advance for any help/information you can provide.
>>
>> Chris in Calgary, AB Canada (where it just snowed heavily and we have minus



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Re: SU!: Storing Supplies and Freezing Temperatures

Maria Pobre

Happy to know that!

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Maria Pobre

On Oct 24, 2019, at 1:26 PM, Chris Hnatiuk [via SUDSOL] <ml+s1100894n50238h10@n7.nabble.com> wrote:

Thanks so much for your comments and input, ladies.  I have finally gotten my supplies into our house, and from what I can tell so far, everything survived!! 

I had to laugh when I went to use my liquid Tombow, because it just blurped out and made a mess.  Probably a little pressure build-up due to the temperature change, but once that was over with, all was good.

Chris in Calgary Canada


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I leave some stamping supplies at my cottage every year when I close up. Winter temps can be -30, and I have had no problems. Reinkers, as long as not full have never cracked, ink pads and markers work fine the next spring.
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Are your storage containers insulated 

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I would think any alcohol-based ink would be ok. Our regular line of inks no, since they are water based. Any plastics would get brittle tho if in temps below 25F. Not sure about any adhesives. Do you absolutely have no alternative to store these supplies? I would hate to have to replace everything.
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Call DS because they should know.   But I am sure anything that is not a solid (solid = Paper, glass, acrylic, metal, plastic, wood) would be at risk.  Ink pads and refills, adhesives of any kind including adhesive backed gems, embossing paste, etc.

On Oct 4, 2019, at 12:18 AM, SUDSOL [Barbara Stitt] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50005h89@.nabble >
Refills may freeze and crack.  Unsure about stamp pads, but would avoid leaving them ion cold weather.

On Oct 3, 2019, at 9:04 PM, SUDSOL [Jeanne Moss] via Product Q&As < ml+s1100894n50001h77@.nabble >
> I don’t think there is any danger to your stamps, but I would think any liquids might be affected.
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>> On Sep 29, 2019, at 11:24 PM, SUDSOL [Chris Hnatiuk] via Product Q&As <ml+s1100894n49928h9@.nabble
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>> I'm in a situation where our home contents, including my precious Stampin' Up! supplies, are temporarily stored in outdoor container pods until we find a house to move into.  Has anyone had any experience with how freezing temperatures may affect our inks, stamps, etc.?
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>> Thanks in advance for any help/information you can provide.
>>
>> Chris in Calgary, AB Canada (where it just snowed heavily and we have minus



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