So my humidor got left and slightly forgotten for about 2 years. I recharged the polymer crystals about 3 times in those two years. I ended up deciding to recover what I can today and start enjoying cigars again. I easily have over $700 in cigars so want to do all that I can. I have an extra large Savoy glass top that seals wonderfully. I have two polymer humidifiers inside(one on each level) and 97 cigars inside with a digital thermometer. Last week I found them sitting at 58% humidity. 7-8 of the cigars has some slight mold of them. I removed it with a q tip and vodka. 85 of the cigars were still in their cellophane wrappers, so the mold that was on them got the vodka treatment as well, though most of it was plume. I ended up removing all of the cellophane to help the cigars recover. I recharged the humidifiers, and now I'm sitting at 65% and am going to try holding that for a few weeks. I added a bit of PG to keep the mold issue at bay. Considering that they only got down to 58%,and they still smell fantastic, does anyone have any idea how long it might take till they are good to go? I'm getting married in 10 days, so was hoping to smoke some, but I may just have to buy some new ones for that. Any thoughts or tips are much appreciated. I've heard everything online from putting a glass of water inside(crazy to me), to raising the humidity to 90%(more crazy), to raising the humidity by 2% every few weeks to make sure they don't crack. All of the cigars look in perfect shape, but felt a bit dry when I started last week. They now feel a bit better, but I think they are going to need some more time to get the moisture all the way through, just don't know how long. I read through hundreds of posts yesterday, but didn't see one on cigars that weren't trying to be brought back from a crazy low humidity. Thanks everyone!