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Old 02-06-2007, 09:28 PM   #1
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So i live in this house where the heat can only be up so high (seriously, there is nothing we can do about it) and i started a wine that isn't working. The tempurature in the house somewhere around 14 or 15 celcius, sometimes getting a little higher than that.

I realise i could get a space heater and just put it nearby, but i guess i mostly just wanted to see if anyone else has had this same problem and can suggest some effective strategies.

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You can get an aquarium style heater that sits in the wine. Or put it in a water bath witht the aquarium heater in the water. Or get a heat mat or a heat belt. You can het a heat lamp.


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