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  1. Hi All - I am converting a small closet to a walk-in humidor (4 x 5 x 9) and would appreciate feedback on two points: 1) Should I take down the existing drywall and replace it with greenboard (due to humidity factors)? 2) If yes to above, should I place a vapor barrier or Tyvek housewrap behind the board (recognizing that the two serve different functions)? Factors to note: relatively stable environment in that the closet is an "isolated box" (ie: no exterior walls) on the main level of a climate controlled home (68F in winter and 70F in summer). Location is Northeast region so
  2. Hello my friends. I understand many of you build humidors on this platform. It would appear (to me at least) that what these people sell as a working humidor does not actually work. I hate to be so blunt, but there you have it! It is also the source of the most common questions that I am asked about in correspondence. I just received yet another one this AM... I know many of you are happy with your products and purchase of these, so for you simply ignore what I am going to ask. Operation of a humidor is in the eye of the beholder, I get that. I am curious however. Many of you kn
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