Looking for Boveda pack recommendations
Hi, I have a couple of wooden sets that I have stored in some wood boxes I refurbished from goodwill finds and was looking to buy some boveda packs to place in them with the pieces to help prevent any cracks. Does anyone have a suggestions to which humidity level I should go for and how many grams? I was looking at the 8 gram pack for the 58rh, but I keep getting conflicting statements. Anyone with first hand knowledge would be greatly appreciated.
These are the boxes if anyone is interested. The first two images are the same box (an old silverware box, capable of holding two sets, one in the top and the other in the drawer), and the second set of two are the same box, just a nice old box which holds one 3.5 inch set if stacked, which I did...!
Boveda is a self-contained moisturizing solution, but it can also be used as a regulator. In this case, it is necessary to use a conventional humidor humidifier to maintain the desired humidity level. If the package has noticeably increased in volume, remove additional humidifiers and answer from your own experience How to Recharge Boveda Packs? Answer Here! - SmokeProfy . The optimal way of use is selected individually and depends on the season, as well as on the design, load and type of ventilation of the humidor.
I used the Bovedas and they do work,but you need to keep an eye on them,since they dry out over a relatively short time.....Replenishing does not last long.
The perfect humidity solution is a small portable humidifier.