|I was told to use filters. on Sep 08, 2012 @ 03:33 pm|
My daughter went to the doctor with some minor breathing issues, and our family doctor recommended that we use a humidifier in her bedroom. She strongly recommended the one with a filter. I didn't ask any questions as to why, I just took her word and ran with it. I've been using the same humidifier ever since, and change the filters more frequently than I should - it's just a personal preference, that's all. It's worked fabulous for her breathing!
I hope this kind of helps your decision!
Ali de Bold
|Filter is important on Sep 10, 2012 @ 10:35 am|
I agree with Katelynrose that you probably do want to have a filter. You only have to change them every couple of months so it's a minor inconvenience but you won't believe the guck that gets trapped in there. Especially in a nice smoggy city like Toronto ;)
|considering getting a humidifier myself. on Oct 22, 2014 @ 07:00 pm|
I was considering getting a humidifier myself, and wasn't sure which was best, filter or no filter. It just seemed like just a big expense to buy a filter every few months. But if it makes the air cleaner...
KatelynRose1984, which kind of humidifier do you use? Is it the same one you're using now? Would like to know what's a good brand that will last for several years. And what's the average cost of a filter?