So I had my Charger detailed about a year ago and at the time I bought some sealant and a clay bar. Well the weather was so nice today I decided to give the car a good wash and then I remembered I had the clay bar and thought how nice it would be to get it back to that smooth slick feeling it had when I got it detailed. So I go to get the clay bar that is in a sealed plastic bag and a zip lock bag and open it. It had a crust on it and I had to spend about ten minutes working it in the soapy water to get it smooth and plyable. I clay bar the car and put two coats of sealant on the car and it is slick. My neighbor has an SRT8 300 and we were sitting on the porch drinking some beer when I was telling him about how the clay managed to get dried out in two layers of plastic and then it dawned on me. I had put the used clay in a tupperware container and set it on the shelf but then I thought "WHY NOT PUT IT IN THE FREEZER?" That's what I did, can anyone think of a reason why this wouldn't be a good idea?