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    Heroic Warrior ChipNSC7's Avatar
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    Storing Classics in warmer temperatures..

    thinking about putting my he man (vintage and classics) in my FROG, however, I keep the temperature at around 85 up there during the summer. Would this be too warm to store them? I certainly don't want to cause any damage due to warm temperatures.

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    I think 85 degrees would probably be okay. I can tell you I have had action figures warp in a car exposed to direct sunlight. That's probably much higher than 85 degrees. I don't know what a FROG is. Is 85 degrees the maximum temperature?

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    I keep all my unopened figure in my attic, i store them in totes and it can get SUPER hot up there def higher than 85.. but ive not had any issues yet..
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    Yeah, what is this 'FROG' anyway? ;-)
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    Haha - room above the garage. Used for very little in my house so I rarely turn the ac on up there. Temp gets into the mid 80s up there.

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