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Can you store soy melts/chunkies (in wood?)


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I was wondering if wood is a safe way to store soy melts? I make melts that I cut into chunks and sell by the oz. I have been storing them in the reccommended plastic/poly. containers. For a recent candle party , I made a wooden box to display them in. It was rectangular with dividers (also wooden) to seperate the different scents. I them labeled each "bin" . It worked great, but I was wondering if would hurt to leave them in there. i could make a lid to close over the whole thing, but it wouldn' t be airtight. WOuld this decrease the quality and scent to leave it in the wooden box?

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