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A rubbermaid bin with a (non-airtight) lid could be neat and clean. Really airtight containers with only cookware in them... that can get surprisingly damp with seasonal changes, if warm moist air is locked in and the room gets cooler. Made that mistake once with rarely needed food processor accessories in a big spare lock'n'lock.... they were ripe for the ...


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Although there is a known problem with so-called melamine furniture and shelving off gassing of formaldehyde, the source is the particle board within, and not the melamine veneer. Melamine dinnerware — often known by the genericized brand name, melmac — is by itself quite stable.         Either of your storage options ...



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