No, it does not in regular temperature and humidity conditions. However, if you see the salt crystal sweating profusely, to the point where a pool of salt water forms around the base, this is a clear indication of too little heat and too much humidity.
There are two ways to remedy this scenario. First, try increasing the bulb wattage. The more the heat the less likely will be the chances of salt water drips. The second solution is to place the lamp in an area of the home that is less humid. Generally, a space that has poor ventilation but high humidity is not right for a Himalayan salt lamp; basements usually fall in this category.Click Here to Visit Our Store
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