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    Aren't they in dark boxes ( the cardboard wine boxes) in probably a dark cupboard and in a darkroom Three darks are enough for anyone

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    Interesting bit of discovery.
    Check out "Lexington Container" Lexington KY web site.
    They stock Mylar seal-able bags up to drum liner size.
    Thought being if one had the handy heat sealer you could make about any size wine skin you might need for photo chemistry.
    HOw to seal in the tube connection? Ideas please.

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    In my uni years I used the wine bladder exclusively as my chemical means of choice for storage. This worked really well until one of the silver layers deteriorated for whatever reason. I next moved to clear PET bottles stored in the D/R under darkness which has been far more economical as I no longer churn through wine in a box.
    Cheers - Andy C
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