There are plenty of in-case humidifiers for acoustic guitars but what about TOO much humidity. I live in the Chicago area and this time of year the humidity has been 80% or higher outside while the temp is from the 50’s to 70’s. When it is in the upper 80’s and 90’s my air conditioner does a good job of keeping the humidity in the house between 50% and 60%. In the winter I have humidifiers. I tried a DE-humidifier one year and it doubled my electric bill. I do not know what to do as this past week I spent adjusting the necks on both my acoustic and electric guitars. I fear for my classical guitars, as they have no truss rods to adjust. I put packets of silica gel in all my cases but I believe once they absorb their limit they are useless. Is there a simple solution or ANY solution to this problem because almost everyone must be affected? Winter, no problem, hot summer days, no problem but HUMID springs-major problems.