So I live in NC where it is oppressively humid during the summer. It's really hard to keep up with humidity and keep it at a reasonable percent.
In my home I run a dehumidifier and try to keep relative humidity at or below 55% at all times.
However, I keep quite a bit of collectibles and furniture in a "climate controlled" storage unit.
I keep a hygrometer in there and the past week it has been hovering between 65 and 70%. The temp there is cool (around 68 degrees).
The humidity outside the past week or so has been around 90/95% so it won't always be this humid.
I'm not sure if it's an issue with their hvac or what. It's basically a brand new building.
How much sleep should I lose over this?
Should I move to a different storage facility?
I store everything from clothing, books, field gear, etc. in there.
I also do keep damprid dehumidifiers there and put silica packs in any bins or bags.
I haven't noticed any damage or anything yet, just don't want it to get to that point.
Edited by avigo, 12 June 2019 - 05:32 AM.