jcstennis. Hall of Fame. Jan 27, 2007. #1. How long will string last (multifilament), if unopened from original package and stored properly? There is a date on the back of the ditrubutors (stores) price/UPC label. I assume thats' the date they put it out on the shelf.
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how often do you string buddy? 2.5 to 3 years for a reel is madness... Well, as for your question, I guess if you keep it out of the sun, and out of humidity.. it should last quite long... I found a pack of old strings, probably 6 years old, and strung it up no problem.
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Owner: Ken Smith Basses, Ltd. It also depends on how long it took for the Strings to be Wrapped, Packaged and Shipped to a store after the Bulk String was Completed. Different stocking methods exhist from "Bulk to Packaged" between and within each company. Alot can happen in that time that is due to Weather and Humidity.
As they are kept in a pressurized can, they do last a long time in an unopened canister. However, one popular misconception is that the balls will last indefinitely. This isn’t the case, as air can still leak over time. For most tennis balls (in an unopened can) they have a shelf life of about 2 years.
If the strings are actually sealed, I wouldn't guess that they would go bad, but if they were in envelopes where air could quite easily reach them, they would probably rust. This is the reason I only buy strings once I break one.
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