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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • We have had the same problem - forced air heating resuting in dry noses resulting in more colds. Most humidifiers (especially the wick-type ones) seem to be designed to be breeding grounds for molds, mildew, and our good friend Legionella.

    Last year, we invested in a humidifier with a UV lamp and a boiler; it works very well, and can be cleaned once a weak with weak bleach in the tank and a 1/2 cup of vinegar in the boiler section.

    It stays clean, and no more icky icky chemicals and icky icky icky goop being blown into the air.