Need a humidifier,please help me!

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    Jan 24, 2013 6:18 PM GMT
    I have a small room (10 by 12 ffeet) andits dry as hell and I have allergies and wake up with dry and dehyrdrated. Recommendme a humidifier please anyone with experience, preferablea cool mist one. Also my spacebar is broken
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    Jan 24, 2013 6:21 PM GMT
    Wal-Mart
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    Jan 24, 2013 6:22 PM GMT
    AMoonHawk saidWal-Mart


    No I know II mean any specifc brand you recommend? I am just going to order from amazon.
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    Jan 24, 2013 6:42 PM GMT
    C;mon guys you dont want me to dehydrate and die in my sleep!
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    Jan 24, 2013 9:44 PM GMT
    Singalong saidC;mon guys you dont want me to dehydrate and die in my sleep!
    Why not?
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    Jan 24, 2013 9:48 PM GMT
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    Singalong saidC;mon guys you dont want me to dehydrate and die in my sleep!
    Why not?


    lmao...just go to walmart or any home appliance store
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    Jan 24, 2013 10:03 PM GMT
    Move to Florida. Some complain about our humidity during the summer but in the winter it saves us from dried skin and cracked nails or troubled breathing while ya'all up north are blowin' blood into your tissues. Ewwww.

    How about setting out bowls of water if you don't have the budget for a humidifier. Or if you have non electrical heat, like steam or hot air, maybe put a bowl of water on the radiator or near the vent (like if it is one of those floor vents I've seen up north) and that should function as a humidifier. Or I wonder if one of those table top water falls might help? Hell, just leave the toilet lid up and sleep in the tub.
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    Jan 24, 2013 10:07 PM GMT
    theantijock saidMove to Florida. Some complain about our humidity during the summer but in the winter it saves us from dried skin and cracked nails or troubled breathing while ya'all up north are blowin' blood into your tissues. Ewwww.

    How about setting out bowls of water if you don't have the budget for a humidifier. Or if you have non electrical heat, like steam or hot air, maybe put a bowl of water on the radiator or near the vent (like if it is one of those floor vents I've seen up north) and that should function as a humidifier. Or I wonder if one of those table top water falls might help? Hell, just leave the toilet lid up and sleep in the tub.


    So I should put water bucketnear the radiator? That sounds cheep, I will try!
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    Jan 24, 2013 11:42 PM GMT
    theantijock saidMove to Florida. Some complain about our humidity during the summer but in the winter it saves us from dried skin and cracked nails or troubled breathing while ya'all up north are blowin' blood into your tissues. Ewwww.
    This is why I told the boss (bluntly) that he can't afford to pay me enough to live in Arizona again. I know what he charges the client (helped put together the quote). I told him I wanted twice that much.
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    Jan 24, 2013 11:45 PM GMT
    Singalong said
    theantijock saidMove to Florida. Some complain about our humidity during the summer but in the winter it saves us from dried skin and cracked nails or troubled breathing while ya'all up north are blowin' blood into your tissues. Ewwww.

    How about setting out bowls of water if you don't have the budget for a humidifier. Or if you have non electrical heat, like steam or hot air, maybe put a bowl of water on the radiator or near the vent (like if it is one of those floor vents I've seen up north) and that should function as a humidifier. Or I wonder if one of those table top water falls might help? Hell, just leave the toilet lid up and sleep in the tub.


    So I should put water bucketnear the radiator? That sounds cheep, I will try!


    I've never done it but it seems like it could work. Just don't put an open bowl of water onto an electric space heater and you should be fine.
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    Jan 24, 2013 11:47 PM GMT
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    theantijock saidMove to Florida. Some complain about our humidity during the summer but in the winter it saves us from dried skin and cracked nails or troubled breathing while ya'all up north are blowin' blood into your tissues. Ewwww.
    This is why I told the boss (bluntly) that he can't afford to pay me enough to live in Arizona again. I know what he charges the client (helped put together the quote). I told him I wanted twice that much.


    Ya. I've been in Florida so long I forgot and normally only visit the north when the weather's nice but recently was there for some colder weather. My fuckin nails were breaking, my lips where chapping, I had the blood in a tissue. Fuck that. I don't know what people are think'n by living there. I think they're nuts.
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    Jan 24, 2013 11:55 PM GMT
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    paulflexes said
    theantijock saidMove to Florida. Some complain about our humidity during the summer but in the winter it saves us from dried skin and cracked nails or troubled breathing while ya'all up north are blowin' blood into your tissues. Ewwww.
    This is why I told the boss (bluntly) that he can't afford to pay me enough to live in Arizona again. I know what he charges the client (helped put together the quote). I told him I wanted twice that much.


    Ya. I've been in Florida so long I forgot and normally only visit the north when the weather's nice but recently was there for some colder weather. My fuckin nails were breaking, my lips where chapping, I had the blood in a tissue. Fuck that. I don't know what people are think'n by living there. I think they're nuts.
    +1

    This is why I am all for global warming. Let the polar ice caps melt. We'll adapt, and be better off in the long run. icon_wink.gif
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    Jan 25, 2013 12:18 AM GMT
    paulflexes said
    theantijock said
    paulflexes said
    theantijock saidMove to Florida. Some complain about our humidity during the summer but in the winter it saves us from dried skin and cracked nails or troubled breathing while ya'all up north are blowin' blood into your tissues. Ewwww.
    This is why I told the boss (bluntly) that he can't afford to pay me enough to live in Arizona again. I know what he charges the client (helped put together the quote). I told him I wanted twice that much.


    Ya. I've been in Florida so long I forgot and normally only visit the north when the weather's nice but recently was there for some colder weather. My fuckin nails were breaking, my lips where chapping, I had the blood in a tissue. Fuck that. I don't know what people are think'n by living there. I think they're nuts.
    +1

    This is why I am all for global warming. Let the polar ice caps melt. We'll adapt, and be better off in the long run. icon_wink.gif


    I've had mixed feelings since I moved out of south Florida. One the one hand, I'd like to do more tropicals, on the other hand I like the idea of growing apples which I couldn't grow down there. The problem of course is the fluxuations and how it seems global warming could increase the troughs of the jet stream, such that warming up there could bring at times colder weather here. Might wanna keep those tissues handy.
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    Jan 25, 2013 12:19 AM GMT
    Paul you derailed my thread.
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    Jan 25, 2013 5:19 AM GMT
    DNY92 saidC;mon guys you dont want me to dehydrate and die in my sleep!

    If you're going to buy on Amazon just research humidifiers on Amazon and read the user ratings and reviews. That would have to be a lot more helpful than asking here, where all you'll get is stuff like this:

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    You can probably pick up the humidifier Amazon and its readers most recommend at a Bed Bath & Beyond before Amazon delivers anyway.