So during the day my temps and humidity have been around 65/58 Night the outside drops and my drying room temp drops to 58-59 my humidity sits around 62. Is this too cold to where it will damage my dry?
If you have air movement around the drying buds you are good
Yep I do. Thank you for the help
Now there is gonna be reply’s
But this my look stupid, it works for me.
I was reading up on those today. Was curious how well they work. Im a rookie so i can use every advantage i can get
They work well, i have the same model in fact
Not at all. I use the same meter. Measuring the extent of drying 3 ways makes sense to me. Meter, drying room’s RH, and physical characteristics.
Your conditions are probably better for drying than most can get them.