Quote Originally Posted by rmolson View Post
...but humidity in the average fridge might be a problem I want to freeze the paper...
Assuming you have a typical frost-free refrigerator, actual humidity conditions are exactly opposite of what you describe. The refrigerator compartment has very low relative humidity and the freezer compartment runs high. In fact, during defrost cycles, the freezer compartment can approach 100% RH.

Best approach is to place your paper in a zip-sealing storage bag and keep it in the refrigerator compartment. Plastic bag protection is needed only to guard against surface condensation when you open the refrigerator door or remove the package for warm up prior to use.

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