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I just bought this jar of Aerogloss sanding sealer. I read the label and does not state the shelf nor the best way to store it. The reason I ask is because I know that Midwest has discontinued this item from their product line and I want to make mine last. I don't work much with balsa but when I do I like going this route. I suppose I could buy the remaining jars from where I bought this one or switch to SIG's when I run out??
 
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I just bought this jar of Aerogloss sanding sealer. I read the label and does not state the shelf nor the best way to store it. The reason I ask is because I know that Midwest has discontinued this item from their product line and I want to make mine last. I don't work much with balsa but when I do I like going this route. I suppose I could buy the remaining jars from where I bought this one or switch to SIG's when I run out??
Dan- sweep the shelf! I'll buy some from you when we next hook up. FWIW- I smear a little petro jelly across the threads and store open jars upside down. The limited air reserve in the bottle is less than an incomplete seal to the atmosphere. I have bottles 8 years or older.
 

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Dan- sweep the shelf! I'll buy some from you when we next hook up. FWIW- I smear a little petro jelly across the threads and store open jars upside down. The limited air reserve in the bottle is less than an incomplete seal to the atmosphere. I have bottles 8 years or older.
Dave- I swept the shelf. You have (2) new jars when you want them.
 
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