airtight storage how?

Chuck Vaughn aa6g at
Tue Oct 13 14:07:01 EDT 1998

> > I like your approach to eliminating fumigants altogether in your _sealed_
> > drawers.  I use expensive, air-tight drawers, too, but I haven't been able
> > to control myself from re-opening them regularly.

What constitutes an air-tight drawer? A Cornell type drawer? Or does it
have to be hermetically sealed? It seems that if the drawer was truely air-
tight then it would only be necessary to put fumigants in one time as long
as it was never opened.

Chuck Vaughn <aa6g at>

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