About 2 weeks for me. Maybe three if the Bodeva has transformed into a bag of rocks. Here's mine, now that Jeremy's post just reminded me. Been settling for a month. Distilled water all gone but the bags are nice and puffy.How long did you leave them in there to rehydrate??
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Yeah, I prefer not to use paper towels, they just mold so fast. I'm paranoid about it. It'd be easy for me to forget and if any formed I'd have to toss the boveda.
The box can be opened, but you’d have to tape it/glue it back up afterwards. Being a 2-way media you will always be able to recharge them. It takes me about a week to recharge a 60g so I’m guessing it’d take a month or so to recharge the 320s. I guess that also all depends on your method of recharge (dunking in water, wrapping in a wet towel or placing in a more humid environment).Hi all,
I see I can get a better price per gram on the new 320 boveda's has anyone tried to recharge them yet? I'm wondering if boveda is ever going to do anything to make recharging them not work? It looks like they come in another container can you simple remove the pack and recharge like the smaller ones?
Tap water is no good. You need distilled water as tap water can bring mold and other bacteria into the humidor.just did my first recharge recently. put the stiff packs in the sink for 4 or 5 days. used regular tap water. good as new. i noticed they weren't even needed as my steralite-a-dor has stayed consistent at 65 even with half the bovedas missing. I'm saving the recharged ones in a ziploc until the other half need a recharge, or possibly for a 2nd steralite-a-dor.