Thawing out Frozen cape

Submitted by LEi on 02/04/2004. ( ) 66.139.183.84

I searched the archives and I didn't find my answer.

My question is :::

I have a green cape that I order and it is frozen solid.....How long can I expect it to take to thaw out? I have it in frig where temp is about 34 deg.( thats as high as I can get my frig temp to go)


question number 2 ::::

If I take it out of the frig now and put it on the work bench how long will it take avg. room temp will be about 50deg. And do you recommend doing this or just wait it out with the frig.


Thanks for any and all help

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Patience...

This response submitted by Bob Mead on 02/04/2004. ( meadtaxidermy@yahoo.com ) 149.101.1.121

Take out your frozen cape the day before you want to work on it. It should be ready by the next day at normal room temperature. Leaving it in the fridge at 34 degrees will take forever to thaw.

Bob Mead


Thanks

This response submitted by Leo on 02/05/2004. ( ) 66.139.182.236

Thanks,

I figured that but, need alittle conformation.


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