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Best way to store a suit?

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Farmer Mat

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hello
i buy a cressi supercomp and i`d like to know how to store it.
can you help me?
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SpearSlinger1

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I don't know about that particular suit, but if a wetsuit is a wetsuit when it comes to storage I store mine and #1's (11 yr. old son) by hanging them. I used to store a wetsuit by just throwing it on the floor in a pile after it was dry, but that's too much clutter when a wetsuit becomes 3 full suits, two shorty suits, two hooded vests and a top, so what I initially did was to take 4-5 thick plastic coat hangers and bundle them together to make one extra thick hanger. Then I picked up a few real wetsuit hangers, so we now have some suits on wetsuit hangers and some that are still on the bundled hangers. Either way seems to work fine.
 
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