So I'm lucky enough to have a Moonboard at home, but it's in a non-insulated out-house which basically has almost the same conditions as outside, apart from being wind and rain proof.
I've noticed an issue when the humidity is high, like on a lot of rainy days this winter, where the wood holds seem to have absorbed a lot of moisture and are pretty damp and hence, pretty slippy. A chalking, brushing and blowing a fan does help, but I'm getting sick of pinging off holds and was wondering if a dehumidifier could help in this situation.
Anyone any experience with using such a device to reduce humidity in their boulder shed or such like? The PU holds seem to be non affected, so it's not a condensation thing but due to the wood ones being out of ply.