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KnowledgeBase --> Tips & Tricks --> Rehumidifying Dried Out Cigars
Rehumidifying Dried Out Cigars

I got a large freezer bag and put the cigars in one end. I then soaked a paper towel in purified water and placed it on a saucer. I put it in the microwave for about 40 seconds or so. I immediately placed the saucer with the steaming paper towel in the bag with the dry cigars. I zipped the bag almost shut but left a small opening. Sounds crazy but I blew into the bag to expand it so the wet surface didnt lay against the cigars and soak them, then zipped it all the way closed. I let the cigars set for a couple of days and repeated the process.

That process brought back 7 Saint Luis Reys that were totally dried out! I saw that on another site so I cant really take the credit for it...

[Submitted by Bob Cordell]



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