Originally Posted by SP
The top part of my rub containers will loose color if they set too long.
Yes, I'm posting this as an article on my site and added that the other advice is to give your rub a shake every few days. This shifts the granules around which addresses settling and supports the distribution of oils and colors.
Light will also affect color of rub. It will bleach it. Dark places to store your rub, dark canisters, and large labels on clear canisters are good steps to prevent sun/light bleaching. At comp, I always try to keep my rubs out of the sun if I can help it.
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