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When I used it, a couple of Bovedas kept them perfectly stable. Nowhere for the humidity to go. Temp control turns on, the tupperdore acts as a barrier against moving air, and the humidity inside the tupperdores doesn't change.

EDIT: As a bonus, it won't matter that you're running a compressor because the ambient rh outside the Tupperware's doesn't matter.

(I don't use the big unit anymore as I downsized considerably.)
 
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When I used it, a couple of Bovedas kept them perfectly stable. Nowhere for the humidity to go. Temp control turns on, the tupperdore acts as a barrier against moving air, and the humidity inside the tupperdores doesn't change.

EDIT: As a bonus, it won't matter that you're running a compressor because the ambient rh outside the Tupperware's doesn't matter.

(I don't use the big unit anymore as I downsized considerably.)
I may go your route. KL got dried up and I forgot to spray water. My son lowered temp to 60F so it dried quicker. I've increased it to 68F now.

I've added my 2 HF beads, 7 boveda packs and 2 containers with KL. I've been spritzing them with water to see if I can get 65-68% RH stable.

I also bought molecular sieves just in case.

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