Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: San Francisco, CA
yes the air is very dry here, especially during the winter. Its really dry. I might go with the saran wrap. I'm thinking light will not be a problem because I have a coralife mini aqualight, 18 watts cf lighting.
I'm reading spypet's reply and it is very helpful! I will tape a bottle, with lots and lots and lots and lots of tape to the wall, and the bottle could be upside down into my HOB filter... wait. My HOB filter's water level won't go down, unless its almost completely drained... Hmm. I guess I'll keep this bookmarked for future trips. For now, saran wrap for me. Thanks spypet! That helped a lot, but unfortunately right now I'm not willing to spend my time making a rig.
My HOB is also complete covered, except for the outflow. When i uncover the HOB, water evaporates much much faster. I just hope my lights don't melt the wrap. All I would get it scraps of melted plastic in my tank. I hope it would be harmless.
Ok! another idea popped on my head. I will move my HOB filter to the front, exposing the back. The back will have a little area for a water bottle to fit in, and I will tape the bottle on the wall. Alright! I'll send images after I come back lol. I would look pretty gnarly. Ok thanks everyone! I always think while I'm typing replies. I hate editing posts.
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