Humidification - cigar tunnelling
I live in the desert keeping the humidity up is usually not an issue, i.e. if it is too high it has nothing to do with my external environment. I have tried the propolene glycol, I have tried the jars. The issue I am having now is with cigar tunnelling, the think the problem is that the wrappers are too oily and the humidity is too high 70%. What I would like to do is lower it to 67% and hopefully end my tunnelling issues. Everything that I can buy in the store is 70% RH. Would distilled water in the humidor's existing humidifiers do the trick or would that cause it to be too low? Or do I need some sort of electric humidifier? I just switched to 2 days ago to distilled water and I know the results will not be immediate. If someone could shed some more light on this that would be great. Thanks.