My humidor stays around 70, and I keep 20-40 wrapped cigars in it until I run out. Should I remove the wrappers when I put the cigars in the humidor?
Ken Light:Cellophane on or off is a debate that will never end. It's personal preference, some like it because it protects them if you're gonna poke around clumsily in there. Some (like me) just can't be bothered to take it off.
FYI, though, the wrapper of the cigar is the outermost leaf of tobacco, the one you see when you look at the cigar. It gives the cigar most of it's flavor. That should stay on. If it doesn't, stop smoking Gurkhas.
Cigary:Welcome....guess the others have given you the sage advice you need and I'd add one more thought about keeping the cello on...I do it but I cut off the ends and head of the cello to let the humidity of the humi do its work. Nothing better than 'yellow cello'...
Bob Luken:Welcome jakejohn. As said, a full humidor (75% full or better) is easier to maintain humidity. As far as cellophane on or off, it really doesn't matter. I like to keep mine on just because it protects the cigar from damage as I handle them.