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Mold in Tubing?

Is the tubing on the humidifier look like it has "white mold" growing in the tubing?

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Use Citric acid mixed with hot water to remove the mold, it is found in the cooking Isle of most shopping center, EG Woolworths, IGA ect ect

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Cleaning internal humidifier


Try using vinegar and distilled water.
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Everyday humidifiers should be cleaned.
After your last uses try blow drying it. Before you put it away. If it's dry it will not mold or mildew.
Mold & mildew will cause you to get very sick.
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Mold is developing in drainage tubing - how do I prevent?


Keeping the humidity level in your home below 50% will greatly decrease mold growth. You can pour some bleach in the drainage tubing to clean it out and do it every three months to keep it clean


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How to clean a moldy humidifer?


Bleach is a good way to clean a mold humidifier or you can buy additive expecially made for humidifiers to fight mold.

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How do I take the hose apart to clean it because it has mold in it?


just replace the hose. its 1/2 vinyl tubing you can get the required length at any hardware store and a hose clamp to support to bottom of he humidifier

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