How to Rehydrate Pipe Tobacco
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Tobacco is a leaf, like lettuce. It wilts a bit if you leave it in a refrigerator for a few days. When you remove it, put it in a cool, dry place. The ideal temperature is around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Too cold and the tobacco will take too long to rehydrate. Too warm and the tobacco will get moldy. If the temperature is right, it will rehydrate in five to seven days. To rehydrate your tobacco, remove it from the bag. Get some distilled water and put the tobacco in it. Let it soak for 24 hours. After it has soaked, drain the water from the container.
Let the tobacco sit for another 24 hours to let the water absorb. If you have a microwave, you can also use it to rehydrate the tobacco. Put the tobacco in a bowl and add warm water to it. Let it sit for a few minutes and drain the water. The tobacco is now ready for use. Get full information about How to Rehydrate Pipe Tobacco? Beginner’s Guide to visit our website.