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  1. I recently picked up an old , junked refrigerator, from a used appliance store. Free! What a bargain! WHAT A DAMP BOX (procrastination box)!!! If you have room in your studio, you might consider getting one. Make sure the door gasket is good, and tape up any vent holes it might have with metal hvac tape. WOW, it holds a lot of untrimmed ware and mugs awaiting handles! This is not an original idea, but it is one that I had to share. I keep a pan of water and a couple of soaked sponges in it for added humidity. My leather-hard ware seems to love it. Up to now I have only had to use the freezer section , up top. Really a great place to let my mugs and newly applied handles get to know each other. ja
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