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Humidity too high. Help!
#41
I would just leave it alone,looks good to me.
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#42
(10-17-2012, 04:59 PM)Bluesman455 Wrote: I would just leave it alone,looks good to me.

I concur
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#43
Me three. I would suspect the calibration between the two hydrometers more than anything.
--Easy

"If there are no cigars in Heaven, I shall not go." --Mark Twain
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#44
I agree, my wineador varies from top to bottom.
If I remember my readings from professor Skipper correctly the humidity rises, so in a tall unit the humidity will be higher up top.
Fishing is much more than fish. It is the great occasion when we may return to the fine simplicity of our forefathers.
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#45
I try not to worry about humidity and stuff like that, so far its worked best my way.
As Mr. Mum says "make the time you wont regret it"
2010 the year I got my a$$ handed to me from my fellow SC brothers!
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#46
Thank you all once again. I will leave it alone for now, as long as the cigars keep smoking well ill have no complaints!
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#47
Agreed! In the middle is a. o. k.
“Evil is sweet in the beginning, but bitter in the end.”
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#48
Hell, I keep a few cigars in a zip lock baggie on my work bench in the garage all summer for smoking after dinner and they are fine. Big Grin
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#49
(10-18-2012, 04:38 AM)Bluesman455 Wrote: Hell, I keep a few cigars in a zip lock baggie on my work bench in the garage all summer for smoking after dinner and they are fine. Big Grin

ding!
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