Posted by TSSN on Monday, August 31, 2020
Over the weekend, I pulled the probes from the room, case, and mandolin. A very early look at the numbers suggests a spike in in-instrument and in-case humidity that lasts for a day too and then quickly dies off to background. Then again, background is around 60%, being it is muggy Missouri in August.
A fuller discussion is in order, but I wanted to have some kind of August update.
I'll post a deeper look at these summer numbers soon, and plan to re-do this for February, when it really matters...
Be the first to comment on “In-case Humidifying, Part III”
You must sign into your myHangout account before you can post comments.
'Brockman Octave Mandolin' 7 days
'March of St Timothy' 11 days