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  1. foo
    August 23, 2014

    Those are some fake ass Padrons

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  2. jmorena
    September 10, 2014

    I freeze ALL cigars before putting them in humidor. three days in freezer, one in fridge. The beetles are most likely in the cigars before you buy them (Cuban especially). Don’t let that humidor get too warm if you can. I keep it at 66% and under 75 degrees. Infestation sucks, I’ve dealt with it once long ago.

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  3. TGriff
    February 26, 2015

    Done the same with every Cuban cigar box I buy. 24 hours in the freezer is plenty, then 24 hours in the fridge THEN leave them out in normal house temperature for another 24 hours and back into the humidor…never, ever have had another infestation & I age my cigars for over 20 years & more!

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  4. bb
    April 7, 2015

    thanks for the info

    I just got some wood mites white fat moving critters I put all cigars in freezer. got really paranoid

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  5. Elie
    December 9, 2015

    I’ve had this problem but I have over 300 boxes of cigars. I don’t know what to do now. Can I place the whole cigar box in a xxl ziplock and freez. If I have to remove all the cigars out of the boxes it would take me days. I don’t have a big enough freezer. Can I do them in stages??

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