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Posted by Henry on March 22, 2000 at 18:58:05:
Okay here is my usual delemma, proper substrate. I've tried the newspaper, yeah its clean and cheap. I've used wood shaving, terrified of ingestion. Used astroturf, looks great however every time when one of my reptiles has an evacuation it's a major ordeal just to get the stuff ready to use again, okay at least for me it is. Now, I'm using carefresh. It's safe, it absorbs like crazy making clean up a snap. Here lies the paradox. I now live north of Dallas not Seattle anymore. It does not rain here. I want to get humidity levels to at least 50% with maximum absorbtion all without drying out my critters.
I went ahead many my weekly pilgrimage to petco and pick up some terrarium moss and I intend to wet the stuff down it hopes to keep up the humidity levels.
My question is obvious, what do ya use and do you have any suggestions, outside of buying an expensive humidifier.
Yep, we need some dialog on this forum.
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