ScottU:So I took my herfador fishing and it got left with 2 sticks in the car for about 2 weeks at 100+ degrees, it had a freshly charged humicare bag in it, should I just chuck them in the trash? It's a DPG Blue and a CAO CX2...
xmacro:I've heard that dry sticks can be rehabilitated, though it takes about 2 years, lots of care and even then they still have lost their oils. Put them on the bottom of your humidor for about 6mo-1yr, then move them up to the top for another 6mo - the idea is that you put them in a dry part of your humidor and re-humidify them slowly - very slowly
Jetmech_63:Congrats on Post 100!!
I say screw it and smoke em! I'd let em rest for about 2 weeks in a normal humi then go for it. If they suck then you were just going to throw them away anyway
laker1963:Don't forget thou...this advice is coming from a guy who inhales exhaust from jet engines for a livin' ~
ScottU:Wouldn't I be able to see the beatles already if they were going to exist?
Jetmech_63: laker1963:Don't forget thou...this advice is coming from a guy who inhales exhaust from jet engines for a livin' ~
Funny. You oughta see us in the winter. We all crowd about 15 feet behind a running engine to keep warm. God knows whats in exhaust...probably causes cancer like everything else