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Boveda 49% humidity control
Maintaining the ideal humidity level where you keep your instrument is crucial. First, it is a good way to keep your perfect tuning in any situation. Moreover, it is also a way to prevent wide fluctuations that could be harmful to the shape of your violin, viola, or cello. That is why Boveda 49% humidity control is a perfect solution. Indeed, this small and unoticeable accessory is easy to use and maintain the ideal humidity level (49%) at all times in your instrument case.
Natural silk handkerchief
The idea of using a natural silk handkerchief to clean your violin, viola or cello has been around for a long time. This is because it is a very fine, soft and light fabric that will not leave any marks on the surface of the varnish. This is why it has long been the most popular choice for owners of delicate instruments. Apart from being an asset for cleaning, it has several other uses that I would like to share with you as well.
Spare bags for Stretto humidifier
Spare bags for Stretto humidifiers allow you to keep enough humidity inside your violin or viola case. With four pouches in every spare bag, your instrument will be safe from damages due to dry wood longer. How to … Read More
As you may already know, instruments and bows are deeply affected by changes in humidity and temperature. The Stretto humidifier is the most simple if not the best way to preserve enough humidity inside the case of your violin or … Read More
Planet Waves Humidifier
Planet Waves Humidifier is an accessory that maintains the right humidity level in your instrument case. It protects your violin and viola from damage caused by dehydration. Maintaining a humidity level between 50 and 70% does reduce the risk of … Read More
Trophy humidifier is an essential accessory for stringed instruments with moisture issues. Indeed, this flexible tube is first humidified and then slipped through the F-hole. It therefore provides a good source of moisture. Maintaining a humidity level between 50 and … Read More