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Tobacconist Tip
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Spanish Cedar is usually kiln dried to minimize the bleeding of sap. If you must remove any sap on your own, a little sanding will usually do the trick. Otherwise, alcohol or acetate may be used, but let the cedar dry out before is it exposed to cigars again.



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