The humidity is not a issue inside my house as far as I am concerned lol (have a brand no ac sysytem) I am really just asking because I have always seen them for sell and just wondering if it is really something that is neededSo. How does one keep a safe safe from humidity?
I believe if the relative humidity in you home remains near 50%. Higher humidity will not exist within the safe.
Purchase a cheap humidistat to monitor. I have a TekPro Global LT-2 that I set on top my thermostat to monitor my humidity. I think this costs about $12.
Maybe, you should splurge and buy one to monitor your home. The HVAC system in my house maintains the humidity no higher than 55%. That is a safe environment to keep safes safe.
Yep, a heater that won't shatter in a gun safe. Bad idea.The goldenrods, lockdown rods, etc. are nothing more than a heater.
A very low wattage heater.
Like around 25 watts or less.
Can get same results with a 25 watt light bulb in the safe on all the time.
Old fashioned light incandescent not led, etc.
You can save some money and recharge the dessicants. Lowest setting in your oven for a few hours will do the trick. The internet will give you more options.look at how boaters do it in the cabin. buy some dessicant bags to hang up, 8 bucks for 3 each lasts a couple of months. fills up, toss and replace. very very effective solution, get them at publix or sams