carbon is less efficient in humidity. generally ppl use one on exhaust then also one scrubbing.
LMAO i basicly did blame the others pointing out how much new stuff they have bought lol and said ill have to have a smell in my attic.. But im defo para now :ONot much fun in an attic in the middle of summer, give them some natural light and the buds will enjoy the free UV A+B. agree with your neighbor and blame the guy on the other side of you, suck you friend on his views on canna, and consider persuading him to change his views
im venting out of a roof vent thats alls i have no chimney exept a flu but dont fancy cutting into that.. What i did do today tho was made a paste out of washing powder and clothes conditioner and painted it into any cracks on the wall to next door and put a wicks air freshner facing the wall that automaticly goes off every 9 mins will see how that goes while i sort some coin for another carbon filterI'm having similar problems, I've upgraded to a new, Phresh filter, but it still stinks on the exhaust. I'm exhausting into a chimney but I still worry about it seeping through into the neighbours or coming out the chimney then settling to ground level and making a smell outdoors.
I got hold of a friend's dehumidifier but the increase in heat is waaaay too much. Does anyone have experience of using those dehumidifying gel crystal tubs in a grow room?
Yeh roughly change your carbon filter every 6 months that will sort your problemIt is attached to a carbon filter but its a couple year old will a new carbon sort my problem and that gel looks good aswel ill grab some of that.. 3 week in and stinking ill be fucked at 9 week
If you've bought even a worthwhile filter, there should be absolutely no need to change it every six months. Heck, i bought the cheapest one i could find, and grew one of the smellier strains there is, and for 3 years that filter did it's job wonderfully.Yeh roughly change your carbon filter every 6 months that will sort your problem
Some do last long deepening on the extractor fan, heat, humidity etc... Loads of variables I'd rather change it then had a leakIf you've bought even a worthwhile filter, there should be absolutely no need to change it every six months. Heck, i bought the cheapest one i could find, and grew one of the smellier strains there is, and for 3 years that filter did it's job wonderfully.