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flakeyknight

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Jan 1, 2021
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I have SN sources which I bought 3-4 years ago but I'm not sure if they have been kept in ideal conditions. I live in a southern state in the USA where temperatures can reach 110 F or 40 C and humidity can be up to 70% percent. The hottest months start in May and end in September but it can still be humid in the fall. Sometimes I have to keep the air conditioning at 80-82 degrees sometimes to prevent overworking it and I can't always keep my AC in the low 70s to remove humidity.
 
Scattered-Soul

Scattered-Soul

It was an indescribable pain
Oct 2, 2023
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Not very well, considering it's highly hygroscopic. To be honest, from what I know even if it's kept sealed shut it can't last longer than 3 years (when it comes to being fatal).
 
Meditation guide

Meditation guide

Always was, is, and always shall be.
Jun 22, 2020
6,089
It can convert into sodium nitrate if it gets moisture. I'm in a subtropical humid place and not at all sure about my 3 year old SN.
 
Goku Black

Goku Black

Global Mod
Jun 5, 2023
3,276
Constant high humidity can't be good for SN.
 
WeDontKnowTheFuture

WeDontKnowTheFuture

Student
Feb 3, 2023
137
The ppeh say that SN can conserve as much as you want. ( In a vaccum container i guess)
 

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