It is a well known fact that water and technology do not mix. The first experience I had with learning about this was dropping a flip phone into a bucket of mop water ( I saved it, but it was never quite the same after that day). The only problem with these two not exactly being fond of one another is that sometimes you can’t help it if you need electronic gizmos in a damp environment.
If you are in a workshop, having a party outdoors, or need a few extra outlets in the basement, you might want to use the Wet Circuit Power Strip. This will keep working in rain, snow, or shine. Literally. This can work at astonishingly high temperatures, with also having the ability to know when to discontinue the power should the heat reaches upwards of 221-239 degrees Fahrenheit. This will cost somewhere around $50, and would be a lot cheaper than dealing with using a strip that will short out or catch fire.