What happens if I use a warm mist vaporizer and a cool mist humidifier in the same room?

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Question by EVE D: What happens if I use a warm mist vaporizer and a cool mist humidifier in the same room?
My 5 year old gets stuffy at night a lot and she is constantly trying to blow her nose but nothing comes out. She has a fairly nice size bedroom so I put the warm mist vaporizer on one side of the room and the cool mist humidifier on the other end. Am I doing more harm than good?

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Answer by Sonya
honestly dont know.

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Mr N.G. July 12, 2010 at 2:06 pm

The currents cause a conjunction and an indoor self-fueling environmental atmosphere ensues. In laymans terms it produces the by-products of ozone and oxygen.

Joe July 12, 2010 at 2:44 pm

The way I see it…. there is way too much humidity. Too much moisture is good if your hobby is breeding bacteria 🙂 I’d say use just the warm mist while treating an illness, but cool mist is a little easier to breath. Buy a hygrometer and keep it under 50% humidity to avoid the bacteria growth. Otherwise which ever is easier on your daughter to breathe… warm or cool.

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