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Old 02-27-2011, 07:36 AM
mrmatt1972 mrmatt1972 is offline
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I don't even bother with a hygrometer, I know that during winter, my heat is on all the time and the air is far too dry (my throat and hands agree with me), so I just humidify on principle. All I use is a sponge in a baggie. I cut holes in the baggie, dampen the sponge and hang the works in the sound hole. Re-wet the sponge when it dries out and repeat. Works like a charm.

P.S. when I went to walmart to look for a little hygrometer, they had mini thermometers hanging on the racks in their place. My case is really tight fitting, so i don't have much room for anything much bigger than 1.5" across.
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