Any silica fragrance free KL is what you want. The only Exquisicat I could find locally was very small sand like grains, which I did not want. Ended up buying MiMi's at WalMart for $4 for a 5# bag. Put it in your wineador without adding any distiller water and after a few hours see what your hygrometer reads. Usually it will be around 60%. Give it 5 sprays from a cheap spray bottle filled with distiller water, close it up and check the Rh again in a few hours. If it raised to 63% and you are targeting 65rh, give it 4 more sprays and see where it's at in a few hours. When you have it at your desired Rh, load it with your cigars and you are well on your way. It won't take long to get everything dialed in and you will have a good idea when and how much DW to add when it needs attention.
Also, you really can't use too much KL, beads, or Bovedas. They are all 2 way, which means they will not only release moisture but also absorb excess. I use a large N'finity 170 bottle wine cooler and have 10# of KL placed in various levels. It is solid as a rock and recovers quickly after opening the door. Hope this helps.