Moisture damage to a violin only occurs under extreme conditions.
As long as violin does not come into direct contact with water, it does not need special drying when placed in a violin case. If violin case gets very wet from rain and gets wet inside violin case, open case and place it in a dehumidifier. Dry room (about one night is enough), then wipe violin case with a dry cloth and temporarily place violin in a safe and dry place; usually there is a canvas on outside of violin case, if umbrella is not big enough. If it gets a little wet, there is no need to lift piano to dry it, just wipe it dry.
When storing your violin at home, simply place it in a shared room (e.g. living room, study, bedroom). It is recommended to lay it flat on front, unless your house is located on a damp hillside. , sea, hot spring area, basement, etc. Otherwise, there is no need to intentionally dehumidify dehumidifier.
The best humidity for a violin is to maintain a relative humidity between 50% and 70%, but this data is actually suggested to preserve those famous violins with over a hundred years of history. very sensitive to moisture. If violin case open it, and find hair on bow is much looser than last time, which means humidity is higher. If you put piano in a very dry Linqi room, you will find that bow hair tighter, which means humidity is low. Some piano cabinets have a dial hygrometer, but this is usually not accurate enough for reference only. Electronic hygrometers are also easy to buy, but are more accurate.
Damage to a piano due to humidity usually only occurs under very extreme conditions. In Europe and US, humidity can sometimes reach as low as 20% or even lower in winter, which causes danger of wood cracking. This can easily happen. Humidity is too high. Usually water is almost to point where water hits directly on body of piano, which can degrease various parts of body. piano. The most common part of degumming Under chin on fingerboard, fretboard and violin, degumming easily occurs due to prolonged sweating and body temperature in hot weather. When sweating, it is recommended to put a small handkerchief or a small scarf playing.
Price and production of violins vary greatly. Beginners use very cheap but practical children's violins. Humidity has little effect on this. Instead, be careful that children do not drop or use violins. The bow strikes piano. If degumming really happened, if situation is not too serious, usually maintenance cost will not be too high, this is not a very serious problem with violin, so parents can be sure. But it’s hard to say about mechanical children’s pianos, such a piano is greatly affected by humidity, especially fretboard and pegs are not ebony, do not knowwow what a tree! ! The fretboard is especially prone to deformation and breakage of pegs.