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Posted by Carlton on April 15, 2003 at 11:29:46:
In Reply to: Thanks>more posted by chimbakka on April 15, 2003 at 11:18:00:
To humidify a larger cage several ideas. Stuff it with live plants. Cycle the humidifier on a lamp timer to give humid cycles and dry out cycles within 24 hours. The cycles may just be longer for a larger cage. I found that hanging clear plastic shower curtains around the back and a side of the cage helped too, but still allowed ventilation, especially as the humidifier runs a fan that will circulate the air. The little temp gun or remote probe thermos will really simplify things, as they are more sensitive and react faster than the sticky strips. I use the temp gun for many many things...checking temp in a room, the fridge, my dog, other creatures like my birds, to find out just how cold that cement wall next to my office desk is in winter, etc. It measures the surface temp of any object...like a cham's skin during a bask! Plus, the gadget value is great too! Temp guns used to be over $100. This simple one is more than adequate for our needs.