Re: Humidor issues
- From: "MLF" <fermanis@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 14:33:14 -0500
Marc Schneiderman wrote:
So sorry, but the above was no joke. And, I've used the technique on
several high end humidors with great success. BTW, a well made
humidor will not warp using the above method.
"Demonick" <demonick@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
My high end coolerador survived just fine. I seasoned it with a hose.
You weren't specific, but generally I use a firehose. If you can get the
humidor to stay still and not fly apart due to the pressure exerted by the
water, it will get your humidor up to snuff in no time.
I've also located a vendor who will sell propylene glycol by the 55-gallon
barrel. I'm sure it can be fitted with an easy-pour spout. If anyone is
interested in getting one, let me know and I'll give you the address.
New Orleans, Louisiana USA fermanis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx