Alright so i built a cage for my green iguana and i need help figuring out a way to raise the humidity in it. The cage is 7' tall x 4' deep x 4' wide. 3 of the sides are covered with plywood the front has a door that is wood frame with wire mesh and i stapled some plastic liner over the mesh to try and keep some humidty in and keep him from ripping off toenails. I do plan to remove the liner and put plexiglass in instead, Also thee top of the cage is mesh where all my lights are. I can not seem to keep my humidity up it stays around 40% unless i mist the cage then it jumps up to about 80% I do have one of those repti foggers but it doesnt help i can leave that thing on all day and it doesnt really impact the humidty. I also just put a humidifier in the room also hoping that will help. I'm thinking of using the pvc thing to run the humidifier into the cage. I also am going to pick up a cat liter box and fill it about halfway with water and stick that in the cage also. Is there anything else i can do to get the humidty where it needs to be?