Kenneth — Jan 29, 2015 06:01AM HST
I have a clay humidifier. After the first use, I found somewhat difficult to remove the clay from the case; I assume it expanded a little with the added moisture. When I finally got it out, I used a knife to remove the hard edges from the bottom of the clay. By rounding the bottom slightly, the clay is easier to remove from the case when it needs to be refreshed.
I don't suppose anybody refreshes their clay humidifier by leaving the clay in the plastic case and immersing the entire case in a water bath?
1 Community Answers
Zachary Shimizu - Jan 30, 2015 at 10:20AM HST
The Ukulele Site Agent
Actually you don't have to take the clay out of the container.
The directions on the case says
Open lid, immerse in water for 5 minutes. Close lid, wipe off excess water. Repeat twice monthly. Store in case.