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Old 30 October 2015, 19:15   #1
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Talc powder when packing away

I need to get my sib deflated soon but it's going to be a little damp given the weather. Is it ok to use some talc to kill the moisture while packing it away?

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Old 31 October 2015, 16:17   #2
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Think about it am not sure but I think it would go like doe might not
Be good. fresh water rinse and leave to dry
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Old 31 October 2015, 17:10   #3
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Yeah that's what I've been doing today. It's drying off nicely in the garage
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Talc would likely be good in a couple of ways: forms a layer over the material and minimizes ozone contact; minimizes moisture; minimizes material to material contact which may may encourage plasticizer migration.

Make sure you use pure talc, though; not the stuff with scents or oils added (they may enhance degradation of rubbers and plastics.) A billiards shop should carry pure talc.

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