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Get two of these.
They fit perfectly in the op tupperware from sistema.
Wipe them down with distilled water and a clean cloth a couple times then throw your bovedas in and wait until the humidity is stable (few days? Week?). Then just put your sticks in. Voila.
Cedar is good for humidity recovery after opening your tupperware every now and then.
I’m no expert but I feel cedar trays offer three things. An rH buffer to protect from humidity swings, aroma, and most obviously they would offer storage and protection for loose sticks.
I have a number of these in use across tupperdors of various sizes:
Mantello Spanish Cedar Cigar Tray, Adjustable Divider, Fits Large Humidors, for Humidor or Walk-in Closet 12.5" x 7.5"x 2.25" [link]
Is amazon an option for you OP?
You can definitely fit two of these Mantello's in there. I have four Klips with 2 ineach and they fit like they coordinated on design. :)
The seal on mine have been solid so far.
Love mine... also, you can fit 3 of these stacked up on the bottom if you only keep the original number of shelves and start them in the top slots. Once you get another drawer or shelf, you can only fit one on the bottom.
I’ve used them before this humidor and they are great.
If you pick up the one I recommended you can fit this cedar tray in it.
amazon - [link]
Two of these trays fit perfectly in those sistema tupperadors. They're the best setup bar none. The cedar provides great aroma for aging sticks, and act to buffer humidity in the otherwise simple plastic. They also allow for good organizing.
Btw. Amazon carries a solid Spanish cedar cigar tray for like $12 each just her a bunch of these.
Mantello Solid Spanish Cedar Cigar Tray, Adjustable Divider, Fits Large Humidors, 12.5"x7.5"x2.25" [link]
I have two Systema 236oz containers with 2 of those trays in each and they fit great.
Sistema KLIP IT Rectangular Collection Food Storage Container,236 Oz [link]
Yep, its this one here:
These trays: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079V3KYT7?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2_dt_b_product_details
Check my screen name and you'll get an idea that I understand dry climate humidor problems all too well :-)
I ended up converting a medium cabinet into a 12-tray (using these) humidor and using open trays of distilled water to keep it anywhere around 65%. Nothing else works in this dryness, I swear. Only these open trays at the bottom worked.
Mantello Solid Spanish Cedar... [link]
Two of these fit perfectly in:
Sistema Klip It Multi-Use Food... [link]
Add one (possibly two depending on how full it is) of these:
Boveda 69-Percentage RH Individually Over Wrapped 2-Way Humidity Control Pack, 60gm [link]
And you have an inexpensive, stable, and safe home for your sticks. I have about 200 stored in two of this exact set-up.
I got them here: [link]
I had to sand down just a few mm off the top to get two to fit into a 7.4qt Sistema container:
Other than the elbow work to get them to fix, I have no complaints. :)
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Mantello Solid Spanish Cedar... [link]
Mantello, available on Amazon. [link]
Two of them stacked are almost the exact height as the container, and there is about 1/4 to 1/2 inch of clearance on the sides.
Amazon! They’re two different brands, and they fit into each other perfectly.
Might I also suggest this. It will help age them and repel tobacco beetles. I have this exact setup and you can stack 2 inserts on top of one another for organization.
2 of these can fit stacked in this container:
Assuming it's the Montello Spanish Cedar Tray here I did the same, but ordered two thinking two stacked could fit.
Two stacked were slightly too tall so I used a coping saw to cut ~ 1/8 of an inch or so off the top of the 4 sides of one of the trays. Still left enough material to run across the top of the hand slot ok and just barely fits now.
You’re probably talking about this one
As for seasoning a tray idk