How to Keep a Mummy in 2023
Step 1: Gather the Necessary Supplies
The first step in keeping a mummy is to be sure you have all of the necessary supplies. You will need a mummy case, a desiccant, and a sealant. The mummy case should be large enough to fit your mummy, as well as any other artifacts or decorations you may want to add. The desiccant will be used to absorb moisture and prevent mold and mildew from forming. The sealant will be used to seal the mummy case and keep out pests.
Step 2: Preparing the Mummy
Once you have your supplies, you will need to prepare the mummy for its case. Start by cleaning the mummy with a soft cloth and a mild detergent. Be sure to dry the mummy completely before you place it in its case. You may also want to add a layer of linens or fabric on the inside of the mummy case to provide an extra layer of protection.
Step 3: Adding the Desiccant
Once the mummy is ready, it’s time to add the desiccant. This will help absorb moisture from the air and keep the mummy from becoming moldy or mildewed. You can purchase desiccant in bags or as a powder. Place the desiccant in the bottom of the mummy case and spread it evenly. Be sure to leave enough room for the mummy and any other items you may want to include.
Step 4: Sealing the Mummy Case
Using your sealant, you can now seal the mummy case. This will help keep out pests, as well as any additional moisture that may enter the case. Be sure to let the sealant dry completely before you add the mummy or any other items to the case.
Step 5: Enjoying Your Mummy
Once the mummy case is sealed and the mummy is inside, you can now enjoy your new mummy. Place the mummy case in a room where it can be enjoyed and admired by visitors. You can also add other artifacts or decorations to the mummy case to give it a personal touch. And of course, don’t forget to take plenty of pictures of your new mummy!