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WHERE CAN I BUY VICKS WARM STEAM VAPORIZER


Problems in a Vicks Warm Steam Vaporizer comes when it is mis-handled or when we buy non-warranted products. It is the best solution to spend money on the branded and cheap vaporizers.

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Jan 21, 2014 | Vicks Warm Steam Vaporizer 1.5 Gallon...

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Steam vaporizer kaz, emites a black particules, in the tank like sort of blak ink when finish using it, is there any problem with that???


This is considered normal. It's the residue left from the water vaporizing into steam. Since it's left behind in the chamber, you do not breathe it in. Other users have said that it helps keeping these minerals in the chamber and just adding water to mineralize the water in lieu of adding salt.

Oct 05, 2011 | Vicks Warm Steam Vaporizer 1.5 Gallon...

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We have a water softener and I think the water has too much salt and therefore, our Vicks vaporizer has too much steam. Any suggestion?


If your softener is working properly, you should never get any salt in your water. The salt is used only to reactivate the ionic media in your softener cartridge, and during the backflush cycle, all that salt is removed, down to PPM (Parts Per Million) levels.
In any case, even if you used salt water in your vaporizer, it would not increase the amount of steam that it produces. Salt water has a higher boiling point than fresh water. You would also notice salt buildup inside the tank as the water level goes down.
The Vicks Vaporizer works by using only heat to produce steam- the hotter it gets, the more steam it makes. The only practical way to get too much steam outside of a malfunction that causes your heating element to get abnormally hot would be if you live at a very high altitude where water boils at a lower temperature.
High humidity in your home will make it appear as if your vaporizer is making too much steam since the surrounding air will be less capable of absorbing it.
A slightly "off topic" note- if you chose the Vicks Vaporizer/humidifier and have children, you have made a wise decision. Because it produces water vapor by heating instead of ultrasonics, contaminants and minerals (such as salt, iron, calcium, etc.) remain in the tank and will not enter the vapor stream.

Mar 25, 2011 | Vicks Warm Steam Vaporizer 1.5 Gallon...

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I need to know how to use the warm steam vaporizer i lost the instruccions..


you add vicks petroleum paste/jelly at the top where the air vent is. Add 1-2 tablespoons of salt with tap water in the tank, plug in the unit and warm steam will produce.

Feb 16, 2011 | Vicks Warm Steam Vaporizer 1.5 Gallon...

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My vaporizer is barely putting out any steam...is there a way to clean this unit so that it will produce more steam? This is a Vicks 1.5 gal unit.


Is the water in your area soft? If so, add a few pinches of salt. Vaporizers boil the water by running electricity through it. If your water is too soft, no electricity and therefore no steam.

If you have hard water, and the unit must be cleaned, try soaking it in vinegar.

Dec 24, 2009 | Vicks Warm Steam Vaporizer 1.5 Gallon...

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Vaporizer That Works?


Have you tried adding salt to the water in the vaporizer? Sometimes the water needs to minerals for the humidifier to work...I add sea salt to mine every time I fill it.

Oct 12, 2008 | Vicks Warm Steam Vaporizer 1.5 Gallon...

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