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I figured I would put up my rain dome's. I made 3 for under 20.00 Parts: Drill with 1/4 bit or whatever you use to make small hole (heat up a phillips head screw tip and press thru even) some extra 1/4 tubing (if you bought a mister setup you should have some still, if not goto lowes...
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So your shopping for a mister? I will try to get info on various models instead of saying buy brand X. Zoo Med Habba Mist/Reptirain $61.99 Integrated setup, all parts are inside the mister Programmable misting unit for small terrariums Multiple nozzle applications - 2 28 oz reservoir...
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Thermometers should be calibrated whenever the they are dropped, before first used, and when going from one temperature extreme to another. The following will calibrate a thermometer if it uses a probe/sensor. Ice Point Method ►Fill an insulated cup with crushed ice and water. ►The cup...
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This is related to the Misting Water Automation Entry. Buy a submersible pump and some air line and a air valve. Something like this: http://www.amazon.com/EcoPlus-Submersible-Pump-66-gph/dp/B0018WVNX2/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_nC?ie=UTF8&coliid=ICGMK8D7E9HJY&colid=10U7CPNCXS0FR Get some 3/16 air...
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This includes routing thru a RO Filter Shopping list @ www.purelyh2o.com RO Filter - Hydro Maxx Nano 3 A low end filter that does some cleaning, which is better than nothing! But this item can be omitted if you choose. 1/4" John Guest Tubing - 20 ft. - the tubing needed to run from water...
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Drip systems are a must, be it a DIY or commerical version. Where do I place the dripper? I prefer to place the dripper hose outside the enclosure screen above the screen so that the screen will split the water drops and create a mini rain effect. It catches their eye better I think. This...
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To calibrate a hygrometer you will need: 1/2 cup table salt approximately 1/4 cup water coffee cup hygrometer large re-sealable freezer bag 1. Place 1/2 cup of salt in the coffee cup, and add the water. Stir for a bit to totally saturate the salt (the salt won't dissolve, it will be more like...

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