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    I often read discussions about the need for humidifiers.
    I live in California.
    Summer heat will often hit the 90

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    Do you have a way to measure humidity in the environment where the uke is kept? Temperature (especially outside) doesn't really matter that much. Ideally, the uke should be between 40 - 60% humidity, plus or minus. If yours dips below the low 40's for any length of time, you should have a humidifier.

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    This rotten forum drops stuff. I was attempting some humor.

    It’s a dry heat was the title of this post.
    Although the external hits 110 with humidity dipping to the teens — a dry heat.
    , my internal humidity stays between 45 and 60, summer and winter.
    AC or furnace.
    I don’t know if it’s my dozen house plants or my ‘vapors’ that maintains the humidity. No need for a humidifier add-on

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