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    Question Hygrometer and thermometer

    I have a digital hygrometer and thermometer for my snake tank , both probes/ sensors are in the tank , when I mist they do get wet , is that okay? Or should I remove them when misting ?
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    It shouldnt matter.
    Thermostat probe is more to worry about.

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    Re: Hygrometer and thermometer

    Most displays are made for indoor so Iíve had them short out or the Battery compartments rust after 1 year... just be careful of the Tstat Probe as this can turn your heat source way up if the water mist gets it soaked.


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