Another newbie question that I'm sure will make some of you facepalm, but I really need the help. I've searched everywhere else and can't seem to find the answer, and as I'm anti-social (and live in the middle of nowhere) I don't want to go the feed store just to ask this single question. (Believe me, if I could find the answer on Google without asking and making a fool of myself, I would... T^T)
So, to all you people who live in hot, arid deserts: How do you keep the humidity up for longer than an hour in your incubators?
I have a hovabator, with the fan, and I've tried everything I can think of. From soaking napkins with water, and sticking them in there, to using an old humidor humidifier. (The latter object only managed to bump the humidity up to about 25% and I need a 40-45% humidity...) The napkins sort of work, but only for a couple of hours, at most. I don't have the time to continuously refill the incubator every hour, and the only thing that has truly made a difference is stopping the fan all together. (And that's a no-no, I want the fan, obviously)
So what should I do? What do you all do? Has anyone other than me even had this problem, or am I (or my incubator) just that bad? ^_^"
Thanks to anyone who can help! (And again, sorry for the, most likely, silly question)