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Old 08-24-2016, 01:55 PM   #101
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Default Re: Properly Seasoning a New Humidor

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Originally Posted by pnoon View Post
As long as you are happy with 70% RH, you're good to go.

Many, like me, prefer 63-65%. All that matters is if you are happy with how your cigars are smoking.
My current humidor hangs around 68% with the 70RH BEADS. Hygro has been calibrated. That's where I like em best around 68 but honestly I can't tell the difference between 66 and 68 as I have kept them at both levels at one point just experimenting
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