Originally Posted by jrkettle
I also store mine in food saver bags. You can also make a "corkidor", put the corks in a sealed container with another container that has k-meta solution in it. Or wet several sheets of paper towel with the k-meta and put those in a open plastic bag, and place it over top the corks in the sealed container.
Using a humidor to store your corks has a lot of fans, me included at one time. I used this method for about a year until one day I opened up the humidor to find corks with mold on them. I'd heard of this happening but I figured mold simply couldn't grow in such an acidic atmosphere. I was wrong. I discarded the corks and moved to the food saver bags.