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ineke

Can the kordon bags be reused. I have a few now and wondered if they are safe to reuse or are they a once only use.

thanks:encouragement:

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northboy

They sure can be reused, if you are worried just open them up and dry them out.

Bob

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ineke

Thanks Bob getting a little collection of them now:encouragement:

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Squiggle

Yeah I use them again :encouragement:

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BlueBolts

I only re-use them for local transport.... There's been a few that's reportedly "blew up", so I wouldn't risk 2nd hand bags on the care of Aust Post. :-)

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Squiggle

Totally agree BB very good point, I have noticed some bags with stretch marks on them & I wouldn't use them for postage either :encouragement:

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ineke

I have a couple with the stretch marks and wouldn't have used them anyway.

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BlueBolts
I have a couple with the stretch marks and wouldn't have used them anyway.

are we still talking about Kordon bags ? LOL, sorry had a tough day, needed to let off some stupidity !

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ineke

Ooh BB you are awful!!

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BlueBolts
Ooh BB you are awful!!

ineke, that the 2nd time this week you've said that...:redface-new: ... Having a tough week, not just today. :sorrow:

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ineke
ineke' date=' that the 2nd time this week you've said that...:redface-new: ... Having a tough week, not just today. :sorrow:[/quote']

BB that quote is from the old we are British movies when someone said something a bit naughty or cheeky they would say ooh you are awful and sometimes add on but I like it! Showing my age and no I'm not British I'm a little Dutch girl

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Squiggle

You're terrible BB! Lol, too funny & are you talking about the "Carry On" movies Ineke, they are so funny! :encouragement:

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BlueBolts

Ooh, you're Dutch, my sis lives in Rotterdam, and I loooove the raw herring and Dutch biscuits ( the one with the crunchy and chewy honeycomb with the crunchy almond biscuit on the outside ! ) yummmmm

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Squiggle

Lol, are you talking about the "special" Dutch biscuits BB, the ones only available in cafes? Hahaha :victorious:

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BlueBolts

Ahhhh, those very special Dutch biscuits, cakes etc..... Mmmm, it always gives me the machines though :confused-new:. LOL

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ineke
You're terrible BB! Lol' date=' too funny & are you talking about the "Carry On" movies Ineke, they are so funny! :encouragement:[/quote']

That's the ones couldn't remember the title

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ineke
Ooh' date=' you're Dutch, my sis lives in Rotterdam, and I loooove the raw herring and Dutch biscuits ( the one with the crunchy and chewy honeycomb with the crunchy almond biscuit on the outside ! ) yummmmm[/quote']

I like the pickled raw herring - rollmops but not so keen on the salted ones. I don't know the biscuits you mean I was three when we moved out here so don't remember anything and the very special biscuits they sell now weren't around then!

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Squiggle
Ahhhh' date=' those very special Dutch biscuits, cakes etc..... Mmmm, it always gives me the machines though :confused-new:. LOL[/quote']

Hahaha, what kind of machines do they give you BB? I would love to get some micro machines but that never happened to me, lol :congratulatory:

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BlueBolts

Sorry, meant to say munchies...bloody spell check

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Squiggle

Lol, too funny :smiley_simmons:

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OzShrimp
are we still talking about Kordon bags ? LOL' date=' sorry had a tough day, needed to let off some stupidity ![/quote']

bahahaha, sorry to laugh at your expense ineke but he got you good lol :P.

I purchased heaps of kordon bags last year when i had my first booming shrimp community before the cockroach bomb incident and sadly they have sat in a box since lol

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ineke
bahahaha' date=' sorry to laugh at your expense ineke but he got you good lol :P.

I purchased heaps of kordon bags last year when i had my first booming shrimp community before the cockroach bomb incident and sadly they have sat in a box since lol[/quote']

I have to let them win occasionally Oz but yeah he got me good! You will be all prepared for your next shrimp boom -not the bomb type

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OzShrimp

haha well one of my cherries just dropped last week and it appears they are reds with blue in them

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Squiggle

Great work Ozzie, remember pics or it didn't happen, lol :smiley_simmons:

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OzShrimp

when their a bit bigger :) they are nothing special, just light blue tinge through them. Am suspecting the father was my red rili with blue genes but none of them seem to appear like a rili just a normal cherry but mixed color

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