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    Hi guys, so i have two hatchlings going well, i have been spraying a piece of paper/the entire plastic container it is in and using that as the substrate for the hatchlings but one gecko is now 4 weeks old tomorrow and i wanted to know if i should now stop spraying one end and only have the top end where his hut is wet?

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    When I had hatchlings I would use a plastic container from baby food applesauce, cut a hole in the side and put moist paper towels in there. You could also get a small, snack sized gladware container. I think that's better than misting the enclosure at this point.

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