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Buckscent

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I just moved my little setup out to my shop ( my wife said my life depended on it ). It's a 400-500 sqft metal building, no insulation, has AC, power, lights. It has been a couple month's that I moved out there. I noticed that my soaps that are curring are wet, when you touch them they fell wet, like dew. Also. My M&P embeds are wet to, like little bubbles on them. I guess it's time to get a demhumidifier, i assume it is to humid in there.... Or man up and move it all back in the house........think I'll go the dehumidifier route (I enjoy living to much)
 

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Yes, I think humidity is the problem. I will send our white stuff down your way.:)
 

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Look at it this way Buckscent...you won't have to buy distilled water anymore...you can use the water from the dehumidifier....
 

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