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    Default Ulano RLX question

    I was keeping my emultion in the fridge while I was out of town last week and things went a little awry. My fridge broke and started to freeze everything. Is my emultion still going to be useable once it thaws?

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    i'm going to have to go with a no on this one. i think it freezing and thawing will throw off all of the chemical balances inside, in fact it may or may not turn into a boot.

    when i would print if some emulsion would spoil, i would just use it as blockout. pretty useful, if you're into pinching pennies.

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    don't feed after midnight or give a bath, it hates bright lights, keep to that and you should be cool, or maybe not, who knows?

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    Anyone else?

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    It sez on the side DON'T FREEZE on most emulsion, but I know they have a few that can take it.
    Nothing to lose by trying. I shipped a bunch of emulsion and inks to the Yukon for a course in January, it all froze in the frieght truck (it was 40 below) but it all worked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andymac
    It sez on the side DON'T FREEZE on most emulsion, but I know they have a few that can take it.
    Nothing to lose by trying. I shipped a bunch of emulsion and inks to the Yukon for a course in January, it all froze in the frieght truck (it was 40 below) but it all worked.
    Thanks Andy you were one of the ones that I was waiting to hear from.

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    itll work, but you have to nurse it back to roomtemp with body heat. so light some candles, pour some wine, and put on some barry w.

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