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Good price but my concern would be this vendor.
I have had at least 6 humidifiers and have never had a mold problem with an ultrasonic humidifier. White dust, yes, but not mold. These humidifiers are notorious for mold as you have water sitting on a wet filter for days in a warm environment, which is perfect for mold growth. I found the only way around that is to change the filter weekly which is expensive.

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I know nothing of humidifiers, all I know is nose bleed season is about to start and I hear this kind of thing can help me with that, has anyone used this and had a good experience?
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Good price but my concern would be this vendor.
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I just remember not to get ultrasonic type as they tend to create mold over time in the tank? We have this one since my daughter was born as I read newborns need it during winter and it's been fine for 3.5yrs. One thing is we use Reverse-Osmosis water only. https://www.amazon.com/Vornado-Ev...198&sr=8-6
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I know nothing of humidifiers, all I know is nose bleed season is about to start and I hear this kind of thing can help me with that, has anyone used this and had a good experience?
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this type of humildifirr is much better than the ultrasonic type, to prevent mold, you need to treat the filter.
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Picked one up. Thanks OP. Never heard of the site but seems legit. I got a text message and email confirming the purchase.
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Reviews on this product at Amazon in case anybody finds helpful:

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07FX...LFb5XC08JW
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A small one like this is good for a humidity boost in a room with the door closed, such as a bedroom at night. If you leave the door open the humidity will dissipate through the whole house, and this unit definitely isn't enough for a while house.

I used a Kenmore "whole house" console humidifier for a couple years and that wasn't even enough despite refilling it twice daily. I've since installed a furnace humidifier and the humidity is regulated prefectly by my ecobee thermostat. If you can afford it, that's definitely the way to go. Now all I need to worry about is changing the filter once a year, and the convenience of not refilling heavy jugs or worrying about mold is a huge relief.
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A small one like this is good for a humidity boost in a room with the door closed, such as a bedroom at night. If you leave the door open the humidity will dissipate through the whole house, and this unit definitely isn't enough for a while house.

I used a Kenmore "whole house" console humidifier for a couple years and that wasn't even enough despite refilling it twice daily. I've since installed a furnace humidifier and the humidity is regulated prefectly by my ecobee thermostat. If you can afford it, that's definitely the way to go. Now all I need to worry about is changing the filter once a year, and the convenience of not refilling heavy jugs or worrying about mold is a huge relief.
Uh, a "whole house" humidifier is going to vary by how many sq ft are covered and how large the water tank is...
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Uh, a "whole house" humidifier is going to vary by how many sq ft are covered and how large the water tank is...
It also matters if you have a leaky old house or a tightly sealed one, and what temperature zone you live in.

The "whole house" naming isn't my idea, that's just how they advertise them. Regardless, they can only put in the air as much as you fill them with. I wasn't home enough to fill mine three times a day, so I never got my humidity high enough in my leaky old house.

All I meant by my post was to say that this unit might not be a complete fix for someone who needs humidity, and it still requires repeated attention to stay full, vs a permanent set-it-and-forget-it furnace humidifier.
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In for two. Thanks for posting! 👍
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I just remember not to get ultrasonic type as they tend to create mold over time in the tank? We have this one since my daughter was born as I read newborns need it during winter and it's been fine for 3.5yrs. One thing is we use Reverse-Osmosis water only. https://www.amazon.com/Vornado-Ev...198&sr=8-6
I have had at least 6 humidifiers and have never had a mold problem with an ultrasonic humidifier. White dust, yes, but not mold. These humidifiers are notorious for mold as you have water sitting on a wet filter for days in a warm environment, which is perfect for mold growth. I found the only way around that is to change the filter weekly which is expensive.
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I have had at least 6 humidifiers and have never had a mold problem with an ultrasonic humidifier. White dust, yes, but not mold. These humidifiers are notorious for mold as you have water sitting on a wet filter for days in a warm environment, which is perfect for mold growth. I found the only way around that is to change the filter weekly which is expensive.
Need to use a water treatment to minimize mineralization of the filter and prevent mold.
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Need to use a water treatment to minimize mineralization of the filter and prevent mold.
Hydrogen peroxide right into the ultrasonic tank in the machine before I place the large plastic water storage tank in its spot.
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