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Humidity question

Sam — Jan 28, 2015 11:54PM HST

I live in Australia and the hygrometer in my room that reads between 45% to 60% humidity depending on the day. Does that mean my solid-top ukes are better off being left in the open, rather than humidified in a case?

I feel that the room humidity would be more consistent than taking it in and out of my case. With the Oasis humidifier, the humidity level is about 10-20% higher than room. Eg: If my room reads 45%, inside the case would be around 65%

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Andrew Kitakis - Jan 29, 2015 at 11:58PM HST

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You don't need a humidifier.

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