using the rosewood kiln
Regardless the Polycarbonate or the Rosewood version, both are designed to be used in the same ways.
If you are unsure of how the KILN works, please read the user manual below first.
Refer to the images of the guitar in the hardcase.
The hardcase of your guitar is a good compliment to the KILN. Keep your guitar within its hardcase offers protection to your guitar.
The hardcase can be totally opened or slightly opened during usage (treatment). Both ways allow for air circulation to take place.
In terms of the immediate operating environment, it doens't matter if the KILN is operating within a space with air-conditioned or not. It works nevertheless.
Allow up to 8 hours for each treatment. If the initial treatment didn't yield sufficient changes, continue the treatment for another 2 to 3 times.
The Rosewood KILN cannot overdry your guitar because its heat amount is carefully caliberated to dehumidify sufficiently but not overdrying. Moreover the present of air circulation will also ensure that.
Take note; the KILN is not designed to operate in outdoors environment. If the KILN is used in ways that are not in line with the stated ways in its manual, damages caused to guitars will be the responsibilities of the users.
1. the Rosewood KILN
Portable Guitar Dehumidifier You can keep your guitar in its hardcase when using the Rosewood KILN. Air circulation is maintained with the case opened.
2. the Rosewood KILN
Portable Guitar Dehumidifier A closer look at the placement of the Rosewood KILN.
3. the Rosewood KILN
Portable Guitar Dehumidifier The Rosewood KILN is tuck under the guitar strings. A layer of cock sheet on the KILN protects your guitar top board from any unintended rubbing.
4. the Rosewood KILN
Portable Guitar Dehumidifier You can also use the Rosewood KILN with your guitar hardcase whilst keeping its case ajar (supported by the case's latches). In this manner, your guitar is protected from falling objects. Air circulation is still sufficient.
5. the Rosewood KILN
Portable Guitar Dehumidifier Hardcase latch supporting the case lid.