It's day 18 of my first hatch. I am incubating with a LG 9200 still air. I have borrowed a LG 9200 w/ a fan for a hatcher, and I am going to put the eggs in the hatching bator Thursday. Monday I completely covered the bottom of hatch bator w/ wet sponges, filled the water wells and plugged it in. Over the past two days, the highest I can get the humitity 67%. Both holes are plugged. I have a Bemis thermometer/hydromitor, which I'm sure is acurate. Are there any other tricks that will raise humitity to 70%-80% or higher? Will 67% be high enough for a successful hatch? My only idea is to try and raise the humitity in the room, thus helping to raise it in the bator, but I'm not sure that will help much or if I can even raise humitity in the large room the bator is in. I need to get this figured out before Thursday, so any advise will be greatly appreciated. I didn't realize the excitement and anticipation of hatching chicks. I can see how people here on the BYC say it is addictive.