Humidity Control: DIY Salt Packs

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Sun Nov 01, 2020 1:52 am

lately, my favorite salt pack container is the 4 fl oz (120 mL) mason jar:

Salt Pack: tiny 120mL jar
Salt Pack: tiny 120mL jar
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they can be obtained from amazon for about 1 usd each. i bough a box of 40 of them, and it came out to 0.80 usd/ea.

also, i'm out of puerh storage space. oh no!
i had to get creative and use an old pressure cooker for this tong:

Pressure Cooker Storage (open)
Pressure Cooker Storage (open)
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Pressure Cooker Storage (closed)
Pressure Cooker Storage (closed)
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m2193
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Sat Apr 03, 2021 4:22 pm

Does any part of the ratio have to be adjusted if I use iodized table salt instead? My school has salt packs that are iodized salt, and the ingredients list salt, sodium silicoaluminate, calcium sulfate, detrose, and potassium iodide. I would assume the additions are minimally concentrated though.
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