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FoH’ers,

I am in need of some tips for an issue I am having. I want to dry box some cigars for use, yet, the humidity is about the same or higher in my home. Is there anything I can do to still dry box in my humid conditions? 

(Apologies if this post has been made before, however, I am newer to FoH and couldn’t find much info on it)

 

thanks 

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Boveda makes a 49% high absorption pack that might work well in a travel humidor. 

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I think the 45% boveda in a zip lock bag is the best thing that ever happened to my “dry boxing”


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3 hours ago, Shelby07 said:

Boveda makes a 49% high absorption pack that might work well in a travel humidor. 

This is the method I use in Hawaii, works well.

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5 hours ago, El Presidente said:

Clip the cap, into a zip lock leaving it open...into the fridge for 45 minutes - 1hr. 

It will drop a cigar from 70RH to a 58-60 feel in that period. 

take it out of the fridge. Seal the zip lock, leave 20 minutes .

Smoke it. 

Brilliant 👏

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6 hours ago, El Presidente said:

Clip the cap, into a zip lock leaving it open...into the fridge for 45 minutes - 1hr. 

It will drop a cigar from 70RH to a 58-60 feel in that period. 

take it out of the fridge. Seal the zip lock, leave 20 minutes .

Smoke it. 

Oh man, wish I had tried something like this before committing to dropping my wineador down to 58!

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