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  • Leticia N. 6 months ago
    Only missed 2... Not bad. Also learned something.
  • Patty C. 7 months ago
    It depends a lot on its environment. If it is alternately wet and dry often, like at the sea shore, it will decay faster. If it is totally submerged or always dry, it will decay much slower.
  • Alaina G. 7 months ago
    I thought the same - that it would take much longer!
  • Geff M. 7 months ago
    thought it'd be significantly longer no matter the metal content including tin