wisedry 50 Gram [10 Packs] Silica Gel Desiccant Packets Microwave Fast Reactivate Moisture Absorbers Bags with Indicating Beads for Closet Gun Safes Bathroom Food Grade
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I don't microwave them at all, but they are microwaveable, according to my understanding. I have a dehydrator that I use for two different purposes: condition 3 and condition 4. Filament for D printers I recharge them by putting them in the dehydrator for several hours. That's how I go about doing things. As a result, I am unable to respond to your question about microwave recharging.
I would recommend a temperature of 212 degrees Fahrenheit (100 degrees Celsius).
Each packet weighs about 2 oz. The 50 gram packets measure 1/2 x 5 inches, while the 112 gram packets measure slightly longer.
1 packet per 30 liters (1 cu ft) of water
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I'm a professional photographer who occasionally goes out in stormy, snowy, or rainy weather. br>When I return to the studio, I immediately place all of my photo equipment into plastic tubs/bins and surround it with these Wisedry 50 gram packets. br>Within 20 minutes, each and every snow-covered object was gone. The microphone, camera body, and lens system are all BONE-covered. DRY ON THE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. br>It's a precautionary measure that I believe is critical in high-humidity environments. br>The packs have little beads that turn dark when they are at absorbing capacity, so I microwaved them and couldn't believe how much moisture came out. br>They're immediately thrown back into the bins, ready for my next wet-cleaning session. session of photography br>These are the best performing reusable desiccant packs I've found at any price. br>br>I am VERY VERY pleased.
There are a variety of official products available to humidify guitars, but high humidity is a bigger issue in Florida. Humidity can also be detrimental to the quality of acoustic guitars. I put one pack in each of the three Daddario humidification systems, two packs inside the guitar sound hole, and one pack in the case's headstock. The humidity was decreased from 58% to 41%, the ideal, where it has been staying for a couple of days and has been staying for a couple of days and has been It works great, but make sure you have a hygrometer with you!.
These were something I was hoping to enjoy. I needed them for a set of wooden drawers in my basement bedroom that had become damp and mold-infested. I tossed them in, and the packets were ready for recharging in a matter of days. I charged them in the microwave according to the directions (making sure to charge them on the lighter side due to reports of them bursting in the microwave). Mine melted as well, and the beads ended up all over the place. They worked well right out of the box, but I had trouble recharging them.
These are effective at maintaining a low humidity level in my 3D printer filament dry box. I like how they turn a different color when they're empty. I've got a few old non-fiction books that I'd like to share I was tired of wondering if the indicator packs were still usable. Now I can just toss those in with these in the dehumidifier, and if these work well, I'll know they'll work fine as well.
Several weeks of high average temperatures and relative humidity can be expected during the summer. I use Heartfelt humidity beads to stabilize the RH at 65% in my temperature controlled humidor for cigars. However, after a few weeks of high humidity, the beads become saturated, and the RH gradually rises because the humidor does not have a perfect seal, and humidity infiltrates when I open the door. These silica desiccants are very effective at removing moisture from the humidor and the beads. I put one or two of them in there for a day or two, and the humidor is ready to use. You should keep an eye on the RH to make sure it doesn't fall too low. In Michigan, I only need to use them once or twice in the summer to regain control of the RH; the Heartfelt beads take care of the rest. To re-use these bags, simply heat and drive out the moisture in the microwave, then place them back in the vapor proof pouch after they cool.
Do not microwave for the recommended time; I microwaved four bags for four minutes and they completely disintegrated and spewed hot silicate all over me.
When I bought these, I had no idea they changed color to indicate when they were damp and that you could "re-color" them. They can be "charged" and used over and over. This is a fantastic addition. To keep moisture out of my tool boxes, I use. I'm very pleased with these.
These, however, will be advantageous. I'm a collector who lives in a hot and humid region of the country. I've used a few of these to keep my collection safe. When the orange balls turn green, it means they've absorbed a lot of water. Simply follow the instructions for heating them up and removing the moisture before reusing them. I'm a sucker for anything that can be reused. It's also better for the environment to use something that can be reused.