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    Default Re: Humidity level too low in dry cabinet

    and you guys need to understand, dry cabinet is to remove moisture from the air,

    if the air is already too dry, there is noting for the dry cabinet to remove

    and dry cabinet won't add moisture into the air since it is not design to do that.
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    Default Re: Humidity level too low in dry cabinet

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    and you guys need to understand, dry cabinet is to remove moisture from the air,

    if the air is already too dry, there is noting for the dry cabinet to remove

    and dry cabinet won't add moisture into the air since it is not design to do that.
    can put a small cup of water inside the dry cabinet...?
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    Default Re: Humidity level too low in dry cabinet

    Quote Originally Posted by bonrya View Post
    can put a small cup of water inside the dry cabinet...?
    maybe a sponge with water in a plastic tub will be much safer.

    the watches shops also put a glass of water inside their window display and show case.
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    Default Re: Humidity level too low in dry cabinet

    Just open the dry cabinet for a while, and tune down the setting a little.

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