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    Default A question about humid hides.

    Every time I come upon a site that mentions a humid hide, it usually mentions using a plastic container with a hole cut into it.
    Is this just for money saving purposes? Or does this for some reason work best?

    Is it possible to use any kind of hide as a humid hide? Or will some things not work well enough?

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    I think its just to save money and ease of disposal.

    You can turn almost any enclosed hide into a humid hide, by adding moist paper towel or moss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumaii View Post
    I think its just to save money and ease of disposal.

    You can turn almost any enclosed hide into a humid hide, by adding moist paper towel or moss.
    Alright, figured, but wanted to make sure. Thanks a lot for the reply.

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    In the crestie world, they are called "layboxes" lol. at least many of mine will hand out in the nice damp moss. The smaller hole does a nicer job of keeping the laybox damp for logner
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