Looking after your Friendsby Graham Gedge Nov/2006
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New or inexperienced cam users may however find this advice confusing and/or overly technical. Therefore, I have done my best to provide a breakdown of the advice in layman's terms based on my personal experience.
Having got everything clean and working freely, some people then worry about where to keep them until the next trip. The key points about storage are:
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