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I find my Boveda's hydrate faster vin summer is the garage that is normally 110-120 during the day time, in winter when the garage is cooler the process in slower.

So bring the Boveda Rehydration system indoor for faster recharge.
Yeah I can imagine. Just like I’ve found they don’t keep the wineador humidified as well at colder temps. I keep my re-hydrating setup in my utility room where the furnace and hot water heater are. Warmest part of the house right now.


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Yeah I can imagine. Just like I’ve found they don’t keep the wineador humidified as well at colder temps. I keep my re-hydrating setup in my utility room where the furnace and hot water heater are. Warmest part of the house right now.


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Honestly Boveda is not going to tell you that you can rehydrate their product, because they want to sell you more New Boveda's.
 

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Yea, I get impatient and just sprayed them till damp with DW and they come back in a day or two. Not sure I would float them in a pool of water but a couple of light spritzes doesn't seem to hurt. They probably run high for a couple of days after but I have enough stuff in the humidors that I don't see an appreciable rise.
 
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Yes, then i wrap them in paper towel for about 1 hr to take the dampness off the outside
Really good to know! I thought the cardboard box the packs are encased in would fall apart or something haha. Thanks Fusion!

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My 320g are not in a box, they are loose packs, dont dunk the box lol
Haha I knew there was something more to it. I use them with the mounting plates so they have to stay in the box. Unless I can open it, dunk the pack and then use a safe odorless adhesive to reseal back in the box

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I just drop my dry Boveda pack into a dish of distilled water, leave it for a few hours and it is good to go. The exterior is not affected by the water. It's fast and easy. Don't have to make it complicated.
 
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