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Old 06-07-2006, 10:41 AM   #1
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Advice on building a cabinet humidor

Does anybody here have some experience with this? I've got almost every aspect covered except the spanish cedar. I've looked at prices, thickness, and the prices are all reletively the same. But I can go with a veneer and save some serious cash, but I don't want to at the expense of my cigars. So, I guess my question is will a veneer work as well as a 1/8" thick board? A veneer will be about half the thickness of the 1/8" board. I know why Spanish cedar is used, besides those reasons (dries without warping, resistant to dry wood termites, highly resistant to decay....) is there any other reasons I would need to use pieces thicker then what would get with a veneer? Thanks for any help anyone can provide. Any words of wisdom from people who have built, or attempted to build a cabinet humidor in the past.
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