1. What is the dropper for in the Cylinder Humidor?
This is used to add distilled water or a combination of Propylene Glycol and distilled water in a 50/50 ratio to your placed Humidifier Disk.
2. How long do we keep the sponge in the Humidor?
Please watch this video.
3. How long after you place the wet sponge on a plastic sack in the box can it be used?
Start off by seasoning your humidor by completely soaking both a sponge and the humidor’s humidifier in distilled water and making sure they aren’t dripping. It’s important to make sure the inside of the humidor doesn’t get too wet or saturated. This is then placed in the humidor on top of a plastic bag for about 24-48 hours, depending on moisture levels.
4. How do I set and use the Digital Readout?
Simply pull the plastic tab out of the Reader to activate the battery. There is nothing to set on our Digital Reader.
5. The Digital Reader is upside down in my Humidor?
Simply remove the Digital Reader from the inside by pushing it out and simply turning it right side up.
6. What kind of readout am I looking for to maintain perfect King Palm rolls?
We like 72% humidity for the perfect palm.
7. How come my humidor is not reaching above 60% humidity?
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 65+ percent. Moistening the inside of the box will help it achieve that ultimate goal. Here is a video tutorial.
8. How often do I add water to my Humidor?
It is generally recommended that you refill just the distilled water in your humidifier about once a month.
9. Is the mold in your cigar humidor white in color?
The white powdery dust that is sitting on your cigars is called "Plume". Plume is an indication that your cigars are in a well-preserved environment and are being properly aged. Plume is derived from the crystallized oils of cigar wrapper leaves. It is completely harmless and is suggested to simply dust them off when you are ready to smoke one. In the instance of an exaggerated accumulation of plume on your cigars, you may want to dust them off from time to time in an effort to keep your cigars and humidor clean in appearance.