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Drying Out a Sweating Salt Lamp


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November 30, 2015

Pink Salt LampMy son bought a salt lamp recently and we were surprised that it was soaking wet. After doing some research online I discovered that salt lamps will sweat if they have been in a humid environment. It is not uncommon to open the bag and find a sweaty lamp.

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Supplies:

  • cookie sheet
  • screw driver
  • oven

Steps:

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees F, or as low as your oven will go.
  2. Remove any wooden or plastic base from the piece of salt.
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  4. Place the salt onto a cookie sheet and put it in the oven. Set a timer and check it every 10 minutes, rotating it, until it is dry to the touch. Turn off the oven and allow the salt to cool completely.
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  6. Reassemble the lamp and enjoy its soothing ambiance!
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    Drying Out a Sweating Salt Lamp
     

Tip: I recommend placing your lamp on a small plate in case it begins sweating again. If it does, consider moving it to a less humid location. It can also help to keep the light on as often as possible, to keep it dry.

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