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Thread: Storing Go Cutter Mats

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    Super Member plainpat's Avatar
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    If you have an Accuquilt cutter, how do you store the dies & mats? Are they hung up up or stored flat?

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    I just posted a picture of the storage bins I found at joanns...you should keep them up not flat.
    Quote Originally Posted by plainpat
    If you have an Accuquilt cutter, how do you store the dies & mats? Are they hung up up or stored flat?

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    Most of my dies and mats are stored flat in a drawer. I have the die rack but have too many dies to use racks for them all. I bought the Go as soon as it was available to buy and all of the dies that were available then. They have been stored flat since I bought them and I haven't noticed any problem. I have noticed the first dies seem to have better foam on them then the newer dies and the first dies seem to be sturdier then the newer ones.

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    Accuquilt suggests that the dies be stored on thier sides, not sure why.....its works for me with the in I bought.

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