Klarinet Archive - Posting 001020.txt from 1997/12
From: David H Eby <davideby@-----.com>
Subj: Re: humidifiers
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 1997 13:59:26 -0500
How about room humidifiers? We have a piano, an organ, a violin, a clarinet,
and a classical guitar, and we started to use a humidifier for the music room.
It keeps it at about 22% humidity. This was suggested by the piano tuner, who
said that if the air gets too dry we can have problems with the piano sound
board. I think as long as we use that, the other instruments can just stay out
in the open, and benefit from it. Am I wrong?
David C. Blumberg wrote:
> I prefer the humistats made by leblanc. They are a tube with cotton bottom
> that releases water very slowly, and takes about a week to dry out. Not too
> much, not too little water is released. $5 many mail prder places have them.
> David Blumberg