While I was up at Home depot I saw something that I thought could help keep a terrariums temperature more stable, large sheets of 1/4" - 4" thick poly foam insulation (basically large sheets of styrofoam) It wouldn't be beautiful of course but would it work to attach the 1/2" thick poly foam to the sides and back and make like a big strofoam "Mr. Cool" cooler?
Would this help keep the pumped in cool air in the enclosure longer? I know, many things sound good in theory so I'm wondering if any of you have tried this wacky idea?
Also, I saw a min-refrigerator fo $59 which cools or heats (from 40* - 140*F) might this be a cooling motor to be frankensteined to a highland Nepenthes enclosure? or would it be fruitless to try with such a tiny thing (It can be run on a 12V DC in a car ciggerette lighter or plugged into a real outlet)?
As always, any thoughts are appreciated! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]