If you want your cigars to stay fresh and alive as long as possible, but you are not ready to spend a lot of money on purchasing a humidor, then you can try to make it with your own hands, using the materials at hand:

First, find a suitable container. This may be a small plastic box or old cigar boxes. Wash the case thoroughly using antibacterial soap and leave it to dry. Pay attention to how tightly closed the lid of the box. Well, there is a slight air circulation, if the case is hermetically closed, then remember that once every 2 weeks you will have to air out the cigars.
The next step is to install a humidifier. You can choose one of the options described above, or at the very least, moisten a regular household sponge with water. To regulate humidity, it would be nice to find a few cedar partitions from old boxes.
Store the finished humidor in a dark place at a temperature of about 21 degrees. From time to time, check the cigars, inspect for the presence of mold.

During storage, it is considered a good tone to separate cigars made from natural tobacco and flavored. Do this with the help of hygroscopic cedar partitions or special cedar covers. Once a month, replace the cigars in the humidor so that they do not become stale and stale. Cigars in the box should lie on a flat surface, you can not put them one on top of the other. Check the hygrometer readings once a week and make sure to refill the humidifier 1 time every 2 months. If you doubt the accuracy of the hygrometer, it can be calibrated by placing it in a bag with salt.