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how long can u keep strings without using them

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by karramella, Sep 5, 2005.

  1. karramella

    karramella Regular Member

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    i jus bought some packs of strings and since it'll take awhile before i use all of them i wuz wondering if i should sell some instead of just leaving them there. is there an "expiry date":p for strings? like how long you can keep them in their packaging before they become brittle and unuseable?
    sry if my question doesn't make that much sense:Dlol
     
  2. LazyBuddy

    LazyBuddy Regular Member

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    If u don't open the package, and won't leave them under harsh condition (hot/cold/dry), I say u can keep them for at least 1-2 yrs. However, if u have a large quality, and there's no way u will use all up in 2 yrs period, I recommend u to sell some. :rolleyes:
     
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    quik_silver Regular Member

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    karramella which part of Ontario are you from.? And what type of strings do you have? I might be interested of buying some of your strings.
     
  4. karramella

    karramella Regular Member

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    seems like i dont have too many options left. wouldn't u consider the basement to be cold and dry?
     
  5. bluejeff

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    Basement is usually cold and humid ;)
     

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