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Homemade Humidor

homemade humidor

Do you like smoking cigars at home but don’t have a special box for storage? You know that such specialized wooden boxes are called humidors and can cost you a lot of money. If you haven’t got much money you can follow one of DIY from the Net to make a homemade humidor. Continue reading this article to know how to make it with minimum skills, time and small budget.

How to make a humidor? Buy these stuff!

Creating a humidor like eating a piece of cake. Here’s what you gonna need:

  • A clear, plastic or wooden, airtight container. You can find some wooden old box in your garage or by some cheap plastic container (it costs from $2 to $10).
  • Any kind of Spanish cedar. It smells delightful and it’s what’s handled to line most likable humidors.
  • A digital humidity monitor. You can get those for cheap in your local tools store or online for $5-$10.
  • A humidity controller. Most cigar aficionados advise purchasing Boveda packs. They’re particularly produced to secure storage conditions for tobacco and retain the humidity within 1% of its preferred humidity level. It costs $10-$15 in some online stores.
  • Finally, you should have some nice cigars to store in your homemade cigar humidor.

Do you want to know how much money you will need to have to produce it? Let’s count: $17-$35 instead of hundreds of dollars.

Read also: Sazerac Cocktail Recipe

How to make a homemade humidor?

how to make a humidor
  1. Let’s do some DIY-work, shall we? Read the following step-by-step guide to make it. Clean off your plastic/wooden container to remove all dust and dirt, get rid of plastic stinks. Don’t mislead this pre-step or your perfect cigars will smell nasty.
  2. Cut the cedar board to the size that will perfectly fit into the base of the container. If your container has a plate, put it in.
  3. Set the digital humidity monitor in your humidor toward any element of the container you can see over.
  4. Put your cigars into your self-made homemade humidor.

Thank you for reading this article to the end. If you have any questions about how to make homemade humidor humidifiers you can ask about it in the comments.

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