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#1 of 6 Old 08-03-2010, 10:02 PM - Thread Starter
 
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...is there anything that I need to do with them? I've been buying CDs when they're on sale to have a collection for my next child. So far I've got mostly GroBaby and DreamEze, but also have a couple Fuzzi Bunz and Monkey Doodlez. They're all just sitting in a drawer and I haven't prepped them or anything. I'm just wondering if I need to do anything to them to have them "keep" or if I don't even need to worry about it.

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The only worry will be the elastic, and there really isn't much you can do about that.

As long as they are kept in a dry, relatively cool place, they should be fine.

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Okay, thanks so much for your help!

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yeah, nothing special comes to mind.

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I've heard varying opinions on this. Some say just store them in a big ziploc bag. Some say put them in a rubber maid tote. Others just pack them up in a regular ole cardboard box. I don't know that it really matters too much, to be honest. My plan is to just put them in a box or tote and hope they last!

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Hmmm.... maybe to be extra safe I should put them in small Rubbermaid containers in my drawer. So nobody thinks that I should wash them before I store them, right? I just don't want to mess them up! Hopefully I'll get to start using them within the next year. *wishful thinking*

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