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Does the aged and saturated silica gel run the risk of cracking the water leaking inside? if I save old silica in the closet will it get wet?
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I don't really know, never thought about it.

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silica gel can be reused infinitely many times? Can I ever restore silica gel to use?

I did not find the answer to my doubts if the old, saturated silica and storage can crack and drop water
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You're probably not going to find the answer to that question on this site.
You're way outside the bounds of topics we cover here: video, photo, web hosting/dev.

As such, locking this really off-topic thread.

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Is it possible to preserve an electronic device without the use of absorbents such as silica gel?
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