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Old 05-17-2017, 07:03 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by wyoming9 View Post
I guess it all depends on the type of foam and the climate.

Here in Pa some types of foam soak up water like a sponge just from Condensation

Needless to say with my luck I used the wrong type of foam

At least good tools clean up pretty fast
could sound strange, but yoga mat or block foam works awesome and is almost always water and absorption resistant =) i've used it in a few smaller toolkits
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