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 Posted: Sat Nov 21st, 2009 02:41 pm
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ronsroom1
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Can someone recomend a good humidor that will not cost me a good watch or two. I relocated from Chicago to Vegas, and the beautiful Burlwood box will hot stabilize. I have tried soaking ( seasoning )  numerour times, duel ( as in two ) jell jars, 1 tube w/jell jar, dish w/cottonballs, standard dual humidifier. Tried distilled water, and Elixir, replaced humidistats. Nothing works. Gave both boxes to my son to use as accent pieces in his house. Frustrated in Vegas. I'm using Tupperware right now, but it's kinda CHEESY to offer someone a stick from Tupperware, especially since I just bought a DOXA. crap.gif

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 Posted: Sat Nov 21st, 2009 11:40 pm
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Tony Duronio
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ronsroom1 wrote: Can someone recomend a good humidor that will not cost me a good watch or two. I relocated from Chicago to Vegas, and the beautiful Burlwood box will hot stabilize. I have tried soaking ( seasoning )  numerour times, duel ( as in two ) jell jars, 1 tube w/jell jar, dish w/cottonballs, standard dual humidifier. Tried distilled water, and Elixir, replaced humidistats. Nothing works. Gave both boxes to my son to use as accent pieces in his house. Frustrated in Vegas. I'm using Tupperware right now, but it's kinda CHEESY to offer someone a stick from Tupperware, especially since I just bought a DOXA. crap.gif
Have you tried different locations in your home? Sometimes that helps.

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 Posted: Mon Nov 23rd, 2009 07:12 am
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Yes, I even seasoned it in the closet for 3 weeks. Thanks, Ron

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