Boveda Case Seasoning 72% RH, Size 60
Most wood instrument cases have twice as much wood as your instrument does! All of that wood needs to be humidified before using your Boveda Starter Kit (sold separately). If you don't season your wooden case, you'll blow through Boveda faster than you need to—so start off by seasoning that case in one-step with Boveda for seasoning.
Individual product dimensions: 5.25" x 3.5"
Wooden instrument case? If you place a perfectly humidified instrument into a dry case, the case will draw moisture out of your instrument.
Prepare a wooden instrument case, called “case seasoning,” before using Boveda 49% RH to control humidity for a fretted or bowed wooden instrument.
Seasons an instrument case in one step. Place all 4 Boveda 72% RH in your wooden instrument case, close the lid and keep it closed for 7 to 10 days.
Moisture from Boveda automatically absorbs into the wood of your case. After 7 to 10 days, remove Boveda for seasoning from your case and discard them.
Start using your Boveda Starter Kit (sold separately) to automatically protect your wooden instrument against warping, cracks and other damage caused by lack of humidification or too much humidification.
Case seasoning is not required if your case is made of synthetic material or if you use a wooden instrument case in high-humidity climate.
Choose how many—Boveda for seasoning is available in packages of 4, 12 and 20.
Unopened, Boveda can stay fresh for up to 2 years in its overwrap and sealed bags.
Unwrapped in resealable high-barrier plastic bag with zip closure:
- 4 pack
Individually wrapped in factory sealed in a high-barrier plastic:
- 12 pack
Unwrapped in recloseable high-barrier plastic bag:
- 20 pack
Always insert Boveda into a sleeve of a Boveda fabric holder before placing in an instrument case.
Do not mix different Boveda RH levels within the same instrument case. And do not use Boveda in the same case with other humidification products because they will fight against each other and reduce the efficiency of Boveda.