Appreciate the info but let me pick your brain. My humidor has a good seal, so from your experience what is best way to season a humidor?72% is too high. Cigars won't burn correctly and will taste acidic. 65% give or take is where you want to store them at.
Get a decent digital hygrometer similar to this: https://buythermopro.com/product/thermopro-tp63-hygrometer-thermometer-humidity-gauge/?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Smart Shopping - CBD&utm_term=4587506113655534&utm_content=Ad group #1
That is a remote monitoring type which is really the best so you won't need to open it up to check RH.
Boveda bags (get the largest): Boveda Humidor Bags 65% is a good starting point or 69% if you think your box may not seal well. These are two-way bags so unless completely saturated they will absorb excess moisture.
Get Boveda 75% calibration kit for your hygrometer: Boveda One-Step Hygrometer Calibration Kit
Calibrate hygrometer overnight in a stable room temperature, good to just put it in the humidor for calibration.
Place the Boveda bag and sensor in your box.
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