What One Item Do You Most Use for Cache Maintenance? #GQotD Recap!

What One Item Do You Most Use for Cache Maintenance?Hey Cachers! This is Lookout Lisa from Cache Advance, and I’m your host for the Geocaching Question of the Day.

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Monday through Thursdays, we ask our followers on Facebook, Twitter and Google+  a question about geocaching.

We recently asked: What one item do you most use for cache maintenance?

After reading through all the answers, we found that new log books or log paper tops the list handily. Next runner up is plastic or poly bags to keep those logs dry.

So here is what we heard:

  • Ron on Twitter shared: Seems like log sheets would top my list, and poly bags. Lots of wet logs not in bags
  • Kelly on FB shared: The one item that I have had to use for cache maintenance is a new log, than followed by a whole new container.
  • Jeff-N-Cheryl shared: Most of the time the first thing I grab is a paper towel. Doesn't pay to replace the log if it's still wet inside the container.
  • Cleve shared: Camo duct tape.
  • There you have it folks; in addition to your pen or pencil, you should try to always carry replacement logs and baggies while out caching!

As always, we really enjoyed hearing about cache maintenance, and you can too, if you-

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Thanks, and Happy Caching!

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