I have my 10 month old Cali King snake for about 6 months now and has 3 complete sheddings and 2 incomeplete sheddings. The 2 incomeplete was due to the humidity being low and what not... I believe my snake is in shedding. About a week ago, 6~7 days, his skin was getting cloudy and was hiding out a lot more often(this snake is very active, and when he goes & hides for a week, I know something is up). Upon inspection about 3 days ago, his eyes were very blue and his skin was milky. I checked up on him today, and his eyes are no longer cloudy and his skin is somewhat tinted, but very lightly. His shedding period usually lasts about a week, but I'm becoming very concerned. When he was in shedding, I would do very little with the humidity. I would just put a wet damp towel above his cage and hopefully that would do the trick to speed the process a bit. & it usually works... I would also soak him in luke warm water for about 15 minutes, but I can't do that anymore because the hide out tree I got him, he likes to burrow himself ALL THE WAY up in the tree, and I'm unable to get him out. Either that, or he's on the side and when I pick up the tree, he curls back up inside the dang tree, so bathing him is not an option... I've done the towel trick for 5 days straight now, constantly wetting the towel to keep the humidity up, and misting the cage 1~3 times a day. When I mist, the humidity goes from 30\40% straight up for 50\60% for a good hour, then it drops down to 40\50% again, with the towel above his cage. What's worrying me is he's been hiding for a good 7~8 days. He has come out to poo and drink some water, but since then, he hasn't come out from hiding. My question is, how much longer is this little guy gunna take to finally shed? Should I make my own humidity box and put that inside the cage and hopefully he'll go inside it when I'm sleeping? I'm also worried about keeping the humidity up. Is 40~55% humidity okay? Any helpful tips would be wonderful.