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I am pretty much brand new into the screen printing, and I am having some troubles getting my emulsion working with me. We turned an extra bathroom (6' x 6') at our new shop into a dark room; changed lights to yellow bulbs , blacked out the window, and put a screen rack in there. I read that people use a dehumidifier, draw fan, heater, vent, and filters in certain locations to idealy control the drying and contamination of screens. The setup controls the air flow, temperature, and filters dust/dirt out. I live in Southeast Texas where it is very humid and warm almost all year round and I was wandering if anyone could tell me at what humidity level and temperature should I keep the room and if anyone had any guidance on how to layout the setup to control the airflow.