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hey anons, i got some used books but they made me wonder if they were maybe damaged by bugs
one of them is picrel; it has some dark brown spots but i couldn't find any insects in it
the other one was the entirety of will durant's history of civillization
i found a small (probably only 2mm) bug while cleaning the volumes, so they're currently in the freezer to be safe

is this enough?
did anyone here ever had problems of this kind and are you taking precautions?
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A night in the freezer should do it, just do it procedurally every time you buy used books and you should be safe.
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>freezer to be safe
Best choice. If it doesn't work, the next is pesticides.
However, pic looks like foxing.



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