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| p.1 #1 · p.1 #1 · Hi : ) !!! Humidity affecting your lamp?! - But isn't it what they are for? |
I am storing away some of my lamps at our home because I am
going to live away from the city I currently live in. The
city I currently live in is 112 feet, (or 34 meters), above the sea
or water level. The place where I am moving and going to live
in is 39 feet, (or 12 meters), above the sea level. May be there is
not a lot of difference between the two places regarding
humidity. Sure, the latter one has water nearby. The sea is, say
some 40 minutes away by car or public transport.
I have an acute B2 generator as well that I would like to take with
me. I am just to afraid that the humidity may eat it away! Each of
my lamps, or flashes, are usually covered by a plastic bag! I have
mostly used my flashes inside, only a very few times outside.
One may say, but isn't it what they, (the flashes), are there for?
Meaning, to be used up and perhaps be eaten by the weather,
or other external sources? Yes, that may also be true! I just wish
they are able to last enough time with me! So, if taking them
to a place where humidity will be way too harmful, perhaps I
should avoid to take them with me! What do you think ??
Thank you in advance, kind regards,
igmolinav : ) !!!