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    Well I made this several weeks ago, a large bag, smells gorgeous. I put it in the freezer after it was last played with to see if it would freeze. Freezes brilliantly. Got it out yesterday to play with.

    Question is can I keep putting it back in the freezer until the next time? It’s like a crumble mix but obviously you don’t eat it. I’m thinking yes. Thoughts?

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    I would think so!

    I have some in a tub in cupboard that is a year or so old!

    I found a bag of waterbeads in my garage fridge last week ... I think they are 2 yrs old! I had added a spray of antibac when I put them away ... I gave them another squirt and left them overnight in some water and they were a good as new! ( does make you wonder what is in them! )

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