I just put 24 Olive Eggers and BBS Copper Marans into lockdown last night and I'm a little concerned about my humidity levels. I filled both water trays of my Hovabator 1588 and the humidity didn't get over 35%. I did line the bottom of the incubator with a slip resistant material to help prevent spaddle leg/foot deformities, could this be why my humidity levels are off? What should I do? I've heard of adding a sponge to help raise humidity, but how high should I try to increase it? My last hatch the humidity at lockdown was at 60%, give or take. I've read about folks doing "dry hatches" (where I'm at now in terms of humidity) and wet hatches (50%-60%?) what do you think I should do? Leave the humidity where it's at, or try to raise it? Today is day 18, HELP!