Will money freeze in the freezer?

Many people believe that leaving money in the freezer will cause it to freeze and become unusable. However, this is not the case. Banknotes are made from a cotton and linen blend, which means they are not susceptible to freezing. In fact, the freezing point of paper is around -40 degrees Celsius, so you would need to store your notes in very cold conditions for them to be at risk of freezing. So, if you’re worried about your money being damaged by the cold, there’s no need to put it in the freezer – it will be perfectly safe stored at room temperature.

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