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spare small chest freezer storage ideas.
19 June 2016, 11:56,
#1
spare small chest freezer storage ideas.
I have a small 4 cu ft chest freezer and was wondering if i could store either or rice and bread flour in it aimed at the winter to avoid creepy crawlies etc would this idea work do you think, that is to repackage it in freezer baga and store with the freezer on as i say aimed at winter bread storage mainly.

Thanks.
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19 June 2016, 21:00,
#2
RE: spare small chest freezer storage ideas.
UES....do you intend to turn on this freezer ? .........it would be better and cheaper to pack it in mylar bags with oxygen absorbers stored in plastic dust bins....keep the freezer for something else.
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19 June 2016, 22:16,
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RE: spare small chest freezer storage ideas.
(19 June 2016, 21:00)Straight Shooter Wrote: UES....do you intend to turn on this freezer ? .........it would be better and cheaper to pack it in mylar bags with oxygen absorbers stored in plastic dust bins....keep the freezer for something else.

yes i was intending to turn on the freezer.
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20 June 2016, 08:21,
#4
RE: spare small chest freezer storage ideas.
Use the freezer as a freezer, shop around for these, they come in various sizes

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/30L-Litre-Ltr-...2265780127
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Harry
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21 June 2016, 21:16,
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RE: spare small chest freezer storage ideas.
(20 June 2016, 08:21)harrypalmer Wrote: Use the freezer as a freezer, shop around for these, they come in various sizes

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/30L-Litre-Ltr-...2265780127

They look good i usually buy the large lock and lock ones with the handle not quite as big but they are stackable so i usually buy one with the stuff i am going to store and use kilner for things like lentils etc
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28 April 2020, 19:49,
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RE: spare small chest freezer storage ideas.
Please be VERY careful using old fridges, freezers and clothes dryers for storage.

Children love to climb in when playing hide and seek.
Once inside, they are unable to be opened.

There have been several Deaths here from these sad occurrences.
Hiding in plain sight...
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