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    Re: Humidity Struggles

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    When I left for work today, it was 23% in the room.
    Oh yeah. You aren't getting much help from the room.

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    Should I get a humidifier? Would that help any?

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    Re: Humidity Struggles

    Quote Originally Posted by Hi I am Snek View Post
    When I left for work today, it was 23% in the room.
    Man, where do you live? The desert? It's like 50% humidity here. A humidifier is probably a good idea, an industrial strength one.
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    Re: Humidity Struggles

    Quote Originally Posted by wnateg View Post
    Man, where do you live? The desert? It's like 50% humidity here. A humidifier is probably a good idea, an industrial strength one.

    Lol, I live in Ohio but the furnace I have and the heater I use for the snake room (to keep the ambient temps 80 degrees F) dries out all the air.

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    Re: Humidity Struggles

    Everything’s been said already ...

    For my part I spray most days but herb they go into shed mode ( disappear for days .. lose their colour and eyes go blue .. then I spray every day .. then when their colour returns I start to spray two or three times daily . Perfect shed 100% of the time


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