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We have a customer that has some of those packets they put in stuff to keep moisture out they usually say "do not eat". These don't. They are rather large. I have two of them in our safe and haven't had any issues.



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Old 01-26-2017, 10:53 AM
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Can you microwave em dry?

I have a similar setup, mine is a metal can that I bake when it turns pink
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Old 01-26-2017, 10:58 AM
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I don't know if you can microwave them or not. I will try one at work next time the boss man is on vacation
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You cant, they are a toss when hard kinda deal. We used em in the electrical cabinets on wind tower components. Had to change them every 3 months but they do work
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Another related item, if its a good safe that seals up well, and you live in anywhere with varying temp/humidity make sure you invest in a good way to control moisture in the safe.
Definitely have to get a good dehumidifier since the safe is going in the basement & we have high humidity most of the year
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I my self have a fat boy jr and a franklin like said above don't cheap our franklen is nicer quality than the fat boy but if you just want room jr is way bigger.
There are a lot of safes made by liberty with other company's stickers keep in mind

http://www.libertysafe.com/brands-by-liberty.php
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So.. x2 on liberty go to their website and do some simple research on fire ratings and so on YouTube has some good videos on the testing on libertys

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Just had a customer come in wanting to know if I could take a torch to a gun safe and get it open. He said it was in a fire and the tumbler got messed up and the guy who owns it has dementia and his family wants in it. I said no for multiple reasons #1 a torch and the carpet inside are a big no no. #2 nobody knows what's in it except for guy who can't remember what's in it. #3 there may be ammo in it, I know mine has ammo in it and torches and ammo don't mix. #4 what if his will and $100K in cash is in it? #5 I am sure there are some legal papers that need to be filled out before a machine shop goes safe cracking.
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Just had a customer come in wanting to know if I could take a torch to a gun safe and get it open. He said it was in a fire and the tumbler got messed up and the guy who owns it has dementia and his family wants in it. I said no for multiple reasons #1 a torch and the carpet inside are a big no no. #2 nobody knows what's in it except for guy who can't remember what's in it. #3 there may be ammo in it, I know mine has ammo in it and torches and ammo don't mix. #4 what if his will and $100K in cash is in it? #5 I am sure there are some legal papers that need to be filled out before a machine shop goes safe cracking.
Say for example that they had everything to get in it.

How would you do so?
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Say for example that they had everything to get in it.

How would you do so?
Take the Milwaukee metal cutting skil saw and cut the top off of it and pull everything out that way while having someone standing by with a fire extinguisher. Or saw a hole in the back.
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We have a customer that has some of those packets they put in stuff to keep moisture out they usually say "do not eat". These don't. They are rather large. I have two of them in our safe and haven't had any issues.



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Desiccant is a good de-humidifier if you have enough for the area its to work in. Its the same stuff thats in your accumulator or receiver/dryer for the a/c system to keep moisture out and the r134a or r12 working correctly. hence why it should be changed when the system is serviced.
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Say for example that they had everything to get in it.

How would you do so?
Small sharp drill and drill into the door to get access to tumbler.
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Small sharp drill and drill into the door to get access to tumbler.
I told him he needs a locksmith. If the guy thought enough of his stuff to put it in a safe in the first place it may be cause he didn't want his family messing with it. If all the family isn't present then that could pose a problem as well and I want no part in that.
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I told him he needs a locksmith. If the guy thought enough of his stuff to put it in a safe in the first place it may be cause he didn't want his family messing with it. If all the family isn't present then that could pose a problem as well and I want no part in that.
It would be a fun challenge , but NOT worth the risk
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I'd have them sign a liability release and take a gas cut off saw to it


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