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I currently have humidity up to the 46-50% range fluctuating. probably closer to 46% on a steady keel. Things seem to be pretty good, my question to others is this... I am avoiding using my heat in my shop room while I am not in here to keep the humidity high. The electric heat sucks the humidity out of the air and forces the humidifier to work harder all day causing my to have to buy a filter every week (which I dealt with last winter). Is it OK for the neoflex to be in a 53 degree, 46-50% humidity enviornment? I know the humidity is about right, but just wondering about the cold air. I assume it is fine but want to make sure it wont cause any problems. When I print in here the temp does go up to like 68 degrees or so because my heat press is on and sometimes I put the heat on while I am doing computer work. I don't mind the cold very much.