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Harley510

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So recently i went from a 12x12x18 glass enclosure to a 18x18x36 zoo med breeze enclosure and i’m wondering how i can keep the humidity level around 65-80 consistently without hand misting every hour or two
 

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Harley510

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I haven't tried this, but to add on to your comment, I think you can purchase corrugated plastic, and cut it off to the right size.
I took the thin blue recycle bags i use in my house and cut it up and put it on 2 sides of the enclosure and it seems to hold humidity pretty well. The pothos growing helps a lot as well :) Thank you for the advice everyone !
 

CJ's Exotics

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I took the thin blue recycle bags i use in my house and cut it up and put it on 2 sides of the enclosure and it seems to hold humidity pretty well. The pothos growing helps a lot as well :) Thank you for the advice everyone !
You'll like the pothos, once it grows like crazy, it looks really cool!
 
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