Re: Turning closet into humidor?
- From: "MLF" <fermanis@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 31 May 2008 09:57:26 -0500
"Marc Schneiderman" <garbaron@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote
In the old days they used to soak a building brick in water and place
that in the glass enclosed counter.
Too true. Old humidors used anything that would absorb water. I've seen
sponges, clay blocks, and small bricks. Any of them will work. However, the
addition of propylene glycol will cause the media to release it's moisture
in response to the drop in humidity and not all the time. The result is a
more even humidity. Eventually, they both need to be replenished with water.
New Orleans, Louisiana USA