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Have you ever wondered what type of water you should use in your humidifier? It’s often unclear which type of water is most appropriate for use in a humidifier, which can often leave us a little unsure of how to get the most from our humidifier devices. However, this shouldn’t have to be a major challenge, which is why today, we’ve outlined some of the key things you need to know about what type of water you should use in your humidifier.
When using your humidifier, ideally, you should always opt for distilled water. As a second-best option, filtered water could also be used in your humidifier. Unfortunately, while you technically can use regular tap water in your humidifier, you’ll likely find that it causes damage to your device if used regularly.
Now that we’ve clarified that you should ideally use distilled water in your humidifier, you may be wondering – does the type of water actually influence the final result? Well, actually, yes! In many cases, the type of water you use in your humidifier could significantly impact the final experience. What’s more, if you use the wrong sort of water in your humidifier, you could begin noticing problems. For example, limescale buildup or mineral deposits in your humidifier could break the humidifier. These are common if you use regular tap water in your humidifier – so, if you have the option to, distilled or filtered water may be better.
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