Storage Hazards

From: Vintage Computer Festival <>
Date: Sat Oct 9 23:33:16 2004

On Sat, 9 Oct 2004, Fred Cisin wrote:

> On Sat, 9 Oct 2004, Vintage Computer Festival wrote:
> > > But there is also a chemical reaction (from outgassing of plasticizer?)
> > > that makes the toner stick to the cover of PVC binders much more than
> > > to most other substances.
> > I've had pages stick to other pages, but perhaps this was the print on
> > each page sticking to the print on the other?
> THey will stick to each other, but nowhere near as much as they stick to
> the plastic binder. Look at the inside front cover of some of those beige
> easel binders that you got from me.

Oh, I know this. I've got plenty of manuals that are a-stickin' to their
binder covers since they haven't been stored properly (currently being
remedied with the latest block of shelving going up). I just wanted to
let everyone know that pages also can stick to each other, and so
therefore you should want to store your manuals vertically.

Sellam Ismail                                        Vintage Computer Festival
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