Question about Sentry Safe Fire-Safe Personal Safe
If the objects inside it become covered in mildew then the humidity gets inside the safe so yes, it's not sealing properly. But this exact model of safe was never declared as waterproof by the manufacturer so this isn't a manufacturing defect, it's how it was designed.
To fix that you should add an extra stick-on gasket on the periphery of the door - one of those thin and narrow rubber-made flat ones that are sold in supermarkets for window sealing. But the best solution is, as always, to return this one and get a safe that is guaranteed by the manufacturer for being waterproof.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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