Originally Posted by gnatty8
Have you thought about the small, pre-packaged humidifying envelopes like Boveda? It humidifies and when necessary, draws excess humidity out of your humidor. However, beetles would seem to me to be more a problem related to temperature, and not humidity. Do you keep your humidor in a place where the temperature is relatively stable?
I have to try those envelopes.
thanks - would an encrease in temperature or a decrease trigger the beatles? I thought it was just an issue of exposure, and I couldn't think how I could have gotten the beattles, I haven't added a new cigar to the humidor in months. the weather in chicago has shot up, so the temperature of my humidor has shot up in the past month, I am not sure what else could have happened