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How To Reuse Silica Gel Packets?

Feb. 19, 2019

Silica Gel Packets is a chemical that absorbs moisture. Despite its misleading title, the silicate is really an extremely porous mineral using a natural attraction to water molecules. Producers use the gel to maintain products from spoiling, molding or degrading because of humidity.

Silica Gel Packets

Silica Gel Desiccant Manufacturers utilize the gel to keep goods from spoiling, molding or degrading due to humidity. The gel itself is nontoxic, but can have a moisture indicator added (cobalt chloride) which is a known toxin that turns pink when hydrated and is otherwise blue in its dry form. Most silica found in our food and household purchases looks like tapioca beads and is benign unless combined with certain chemicals.

Put packs in your ammo cans and gun cases/safes to keep dry.

Protect personal papers and important documents by putting some gel in a baggie wherever these are stored.

Keep with photos to spare them from humidity. Tuck a small envelope in the back of frames to protect even the ones hanging on your walls.

Store in camera bags and with film. After snapping photos in cold or wet conditions, Silica Gel Desiccant will absorb moisture to keep your lens from fogging or streaking. Leave a couple packs in your tool box to prevent rusting.

Use the material to dry flowers.

Place with seeds in storage to thwart molding.

Stash some in window sills to banish condensation.

Dry out electronic items such as cellphones and iPods. Remember after the device has gotten wet, do not turn it back on! Pull out the battery and memory card and put the device in a container filled with several packs. Leave it in there at least overnight.


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