I have an aquarium incubator (still air). I'm trying out the dry incubation method. The temperature is constant. humidity ... not so much (surprise, surprise). Yes i know there are always humidity posts and discussions on here. I've read them and got a lot of tips from them but I'm having a nighttime humidity problem. I mean..its fine during the day. It's always constant, but when I go to sleep and wake up it's 16%. always is. never fails. I always add tons of water (sponges/washcloths/etc.). I'm mostly worry about this because when lockdown rolls around in a matter of days, i don't really want to have to wake up every few hours to add water to get it up to 60% and keep it there. Has anyone else had this problem? Tips or tricks? I'd appreciate it. My second question is... Well, awhile back I dropped on of my eggs. It didn't turn out to be a bad drop. Just a hairline fracture in the shell. So I read up on it and was told to use candle wax to cover it. The chick has been developing since then. The candle wax, however, is on the side with the air cell. And I'm afraid when the little guy tries to get out, the candle wax will get in it's way. Should I worry about this? Or will it be fine? THANK YOU GUYS!