- Dec 15, 2016
I heated up the head a of a screw driver lol. I used a heated knife at first. Bad idea. Holes on the side would keep the humidity up I betI prefer to add some air holes to the side of the enclosure as well. Not sure what you used or what you will be using in the future but a cheap soldering iron makes my life easy lol.
What do you mean pet hole? And yeah I know what you mean lolLol....I think when I first started using tubs for enclosures I used screws and a screw driver. The pain was real...well not really but god did it consume so much time. Also honestly for humidity I never bothered worrying about it. I just overflowed the water dish. What pet hole did you get for that tub?
Well for a water dish I cut out the bottom of a water bottle. Could find a water dish small enough for this enclosure but it's a perfect size anyway. I haven't really made a hole for it because I figured it would make its own on its own. That's what my king baboon didEr sorry I thought it was for a burrower. What are you putting into the enclosure?
I haven't put holes in the other side yet I kinda took a break but I figured that would be pretty good for that side'cobalt blue', C.lividus
I hope you haven't put her in there yet, cause you need some holes in the sides as well for good ventilation. Soldering iron works best for me as well.
I'm going to. I had to take a break because it was hurting my back when I sat in an awkward position and that alone took 30 minutes just to do that many. I fractured my back recently from a motorcycle wreck. It's not that I'm lazy, I'm just pretty weak right nowDoesn't look like enough holes to me. Those holes are really small. You may want to add A LOT of those on the side, just to make sure the air flow is all good.