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Condom Storage Information
Condoms should be stored in a cool, dry place. Preferably at or below room temperature. Condoms should NOT be stored in excess of 100 degrees or below 32 degrees F.
Care should be taken to protect latex and polyisoprene condoms against prolonged periods of exposure to extreme low or high temperatures, moisture, direct sunlight and fluorescent light.
Improper storage can lead to premature aging and deterioration of the product.
Storage information is marked on every case of LifeStyles® condoms.
Hints:Do not keep condoms in the trunk of a car. Do cover the windows in your storage area so product is not exposed to direct rays of the sun.
Practice rotation of inventory: FIFO – first in, first out.
Expiration dates are clearly marked on cases and product.