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    Moisture control for your safe

    What are you guys using? My brother has a cannon safe. He doesn't have anything to help with moisture. The safe is on the first floor of his house. So it's not a huge issue, but I figured it would be a good Christmas present.

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    I just throw the silica packets I get in stuff.

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    i have one of these. it has worked for me. my safe is on first floor in my house too. Stack-On Rechargeable Cordless Dehumidifier

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    I live in Colorado. It's really dry here. Don't need anything besides a little oil on the weapons.

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    Here is an option from Liberty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottR View Post


    Here is an option from Liberty.
    This is a great one to use.
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    I have a buddy that puts a lamp inside of his safe with a 50watt bulb in it. Works great. I dont know how cost effective it is though. lol

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    As already mentioned, low humidity here in Colorado. I also have a "Golden Rod" dehumidifier which came with my safe 30 years ago.
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    I use Goldenrods in my safe in Louisiana and in my safes at home. Never any moisture in over 30 years. Inexpensive, cheap to operate, and effective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim View Post
    I just throw the silica packets I get in stuff.
    ^^^^^ ditto

 

 
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