I have a styrofoam bator and I cannot get my humidity down. There's not even ANY water in it and the humidity is still hanging around 60. My whole last incubation it was around 65 the whole time with a little water and had 6 hatch out of 12 (later found 4 empty) with one crippled chick. Just put in almost 4 dozen eggs, want a good turn out. My bator is in the bathroom (not the best place I know) but everywhere else is very temp fluctating and the bator will be easily disturbed by kids and pets. Bathroom door stays shut all the time to keep pets out because there are also baby chicks in there, but very small window stays open day and night to try and help keep some cool and circulated air in there. NOT WORKING. I can't think of anywhere else in the house that would be a better place for bator. Anyone have any ideas about how I could lower humidity?