Insert one Boveda in each slot on the saddle and drape over the strings into the sound hole. Step 2: Insert one Boveda in each slot on the saddle and place it near the headstock. Boveda then goes to work responding to ambient humidity by adding or removing moisture as the conditions require to deal with the very best 45-55% environment for your instrument. And because Boveda requires no activation or maintenance, you’ll be able to spend more time enjoying your passion. When the Boveda lose most of their soft spots, it is time for replacements. Pro Tip: Your case needs moisture, too. Keep the Boveda closed tightly in the case Even as you’re playing.
Boveda’s new leak-resistant holder is the elegant solution for easily placing and removing Boveda where they are most effective.
Made of a soft material that may not scratch your instrument, the holder not only makes placing the Boveda in the sound hole and near the headstock incredibly simple, the holder also provides a measure of protection in the unlikely event of a Boveda leaks because of have an effect on or punctured from a sharp string.
Each set contains two holders, with two Boveda slots each, to hold a total of four Boveda. Even as three Boveda is the minimum really helpful, four will last longer, requiring less frequent replacement. And because Boveda provides 2-way protection, there’s never a risk of over-humidifying.
Use with Boveda 49% RH refill packs for wooden instruments (search Amazon for B01B6AHW3K or B00J3AL1AQ).