Loc: Central PeA
|Posted: 1/18/2013 5:52:50 AM|
So, my car is packed for a weekend crop and I am already at work. It is currently 16 degrees outside. Suppose to get up around 30 today. I want to leave by 1:30, but may be stuck until 3 or 4 with workload.
I have brought in my mists/paint/inks. What else do the Pea's suggest I bring inside? I have a photo box full of washi tape, 2 photo boxes full of self-adhesive bling and my adhesives. I also have some alpha stickers and foam Thickers and a handfull of rub-ons. (Left the chipboard Thickers at home because they're a pain with falling off the backing anyway.)
Don't want to lug it all in the office, but don't want to lose anything either.
Thanks for any input!
Loc: Northern Virginia
|Posted: 1/18/2013 6:06:09 AM|
Will you need to use supplies as soon as you get there?
I think everything will be fine, especially if its a sunny day. But the adhesives will need time to warm up before you use them. I doubt dyes or paints would freeze at 32 degrees. But I'd let them warm up before I used them.
likes shiny things
Loc: Ontario, Canada
|Posted: 1/18/2013 6:23:33 AM|
My supplies were stored in an uncontrolled environment (outdoor storage pod) for 11 months. Through a freezing/thaw winter, and then through super hot and humid summer temps. I had EVERYTHING in that storage pod, and nothing was ruined. Not one thing!
So I definitely say leave everything in the car, it will all be fine!
Have fun cropping!!
Loc: Central PeA
|Posted: 1/18/2013 6:28:57 AM|
Won't be using them straight out of the cold. I have over an hour's drive to get to the crop location after work, then time to unload the car & set up my station. Things in the front will definitely get warmed up on the way, but not the stuff in the trunk.