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after the last dive of the season is a BAD idea. especialy as it was a 3 month break

not as bad hopwever as the mistake of opening the sealed caniser full of semi solid TEA cheese.

remember your dive kit isnt limited to the stuff you wear on dive its all the ancileries that you take on to the boat with you, and the kit which you take just in case.

the boat bag(s) you take need to be cleaned and inspected so zips arnt screwed up
the clips you use need to be checked for corrosion on the pins and rivets
 

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after the last dive of the season is a BAD idea. especialy as it was a 3 month break

not as bad hopwever as the mistake of opening the sealed caniser full of semi solid TEA cheese.

remember your dive kit isnt limited to the stuff you wear on dive its all the ancileries that you take on to the boat with you, and the kit which you take just in case.

the boat bag(s) you take need to be cleaned and inspected so zips arnt screwed up
the clips you use need to be checked for corrosion on the pins and rivets
:eek:mg: :puke:
 

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Reminds me of when my brother gave me his old car. When i opend the boot there was moshrooms growing in the carpet plus his mankey rugby kit that had been festering in a bin liner for severall months :puke::puke: Oh i wondered where that went? was his reply GIT.
 

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Stick some denture cleaning tablets in the flask - they'll get almost any cack off the inside.

good advice on the boat kit - I try to use all nylon zips as much as possible to avoid them rotting. It's also worth checking dry bags every month or so as they can get damp/wet inside - a mouldy first aid kit isn't much use to anyone.
 
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