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Old 07-17-2006, 09:20 AM   #1  
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I have a question......I will be traveling by car in a couple of weeks and will have ink pads with me. With it being HOT, it can't be good for these ink pads to sit in a car for long periods of time. Any suggestions? Do you think it would be ok to put the ink pads in a ziplock bag and place them in my cooler w/ice?

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They sat in the back of a hot UPS truck for days getting to you, so I think they'll be fine for your car trip! I pack stampin' stuff every time I go home on break from school (GA to VA -- this is no quickie run!), and nothing bad has happened to my inks yet!
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You might just take care to ensure they stay flat and not on their sides. I received a shipment once that included a Big & Juicy rainbow pad -- shrink wrapped no less! -- that leaked ALL OVER everything in the box because it sat on its side.
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Do you think it would be ok to put the ink pads in a ziplock bag and place them in my cooler w/ice?

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I live in northern Alberta ... we don't get "real" heat here like you do ... so I'm trying to imagine my dh's reaction if I were to start packing my ink pads in the cooler with the food!
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