How Do You Increase The Humidity Of A Humidor?
Humidors are the most effective way to store cigars. Because they are made in hot and humid areas, cigars easily dry out and lose their taste when they are stored anywhere that does not have similar characteristics. Unless your house or car maintains a constant temperature above 70 degrees Fahrenheit and a constant humidity above 65 percent, there is no way to store them effectively anywhere in your home, other than in a humidor. If the humidity in your humidor begins to drop, the cigars can dry out, leaving them tasteless. Using the following methods will increase the humidity in your humidor. Dampen a paper towel in distilled water and wipe the inside walls of your humidor when you first set it up. When first started, the humidity regulator of the humidor can take some time to reach the required 70 percent. Moistening the inside of the box will help it reach that ultimate goal. Close the lid of the humidor securely each time you insert or remove a cigar. Humidor lids will feature a s