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Old 02-26-2008, 09:16 PM
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OK. I'm a pack rat. I admit it, but now I have a porblem. I been collecting Hot Boat mags, Powerboat mags. boat brochures, catalogs... etc. since the late 70's and I'm cleaning the garage finally.
I had them in cardboard boxes but most are stuck together and I can't even open the pages anymore? Anyway to loosen them up? they got damp through the years. I need to keep a few . specially the once that I or my boat is in. I need them "openned".. Any thoughts ???
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might ask masher.. he's always havin trouble with the pages of his playgirls stickin together... i think him and sea-dated figured out something..
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might ask masher.. he's always havin trouble with the pages of his playgirls stickin together... i think him and sea-dated figured out something..

Yah, Masher sends the mags to Waterboys house and he sucks all the "moisture" out of between the pages.
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Yah, Masher sends the mags to Waterboys house and he sucks all the "moisture" out of between the pages.
LOL

I think there is a company that actually does suck the moisture out. I'd look for a good flood/disaster clean up company, they could probobly send you in the right direction.
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HAVE BAJABOB 38 BREATHE ON THEM.
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