Looking on getting a Reptile humidifier.

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Looking on getting a Reptile humidifier.

Post by GRMU99 » Tue Jan 22, 2019 1:43 am

What kind of reptile humidifier does everyone uses?? I’ve been looking at some on amazon and cant decide which one to get. Need some ideas.


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Re: Looking on getting a Reptile humidifier.

Post by crabby33 » Tue Jan 22, 2019 7:51 am

People here really don’t recommend humidifiers because there are concerns it could lead to flooding.

Do you have a UTH placed on the back of your tank? If you do, bubblers and an air stone will help you with humidity. Moss will too.


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Re: Looking on getting a Reptile humidifier.

Post by aussieJJDude » Tue Jan 22, 2019 6:16 pm

Get one for households if you really want a humidifier. They tend to have a larger water volume, meaning it lasts longer between each filling. Plus they pretty cheap and inexpensive to replace if the unit does die on you.


But like above said, be mindful of flooding.

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