Question about Vacuums
Howdy, It could be from impurities in the water. If it seems to be mineral, I would not be concerned unless it it appears to be impairing the function of the vaporizer. It is also possibly some form of residue from the manufacturing process. Try a round of distilled water and see if it still leaves grit, this will help you to determine the source. Unless it appears to me organic or plantlike material, I would not worry about it being a health hazard. Farmerbear at FixYa.com
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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