* What is the best way to store photographs?
Photographs should be properly stored in a place where the temperature is controlled. It is necessary that your photographs do not experience different changes in temperature and dampness.
Placing them in attics, basements and other free rooms could cause the texture of the photos to buckle and break. The shades might fade or change color, and there is a greater possibility of mold damage.
If you have a digital camera, consider saving your copies on a CD by using a CD burner. You can burn as many copies of a CD as you want. Then label it and put in the CD case. You can have it reprinted anytime you want.
* What foods are best for storage?
Foods that are best for storage are processed foods, grains such as rice and wheat, coffee, hard fruits like apples and pears. Meats like beef and venison, dairy products such as milk and eggs are good for storage for around five days.
* What foods should I not try to store?
Fish and shellfish are not safe to store especially without any preservatives. Fresh shellfish and whitefish must be consumed after hours of harvesting.
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