Affordable Humidifier!!!

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Affordable Humidifier!!!

Post by Theresa Howard » Thu Sep 10, 2020 7:40 pm

I have found a lovely idem that works great to keep the crabs humidity up!! You can find it on amazon for under $15. Its called a Halloween mist maker. You put it in a small container of water and it blows water vapor. I've been using it with distilled water. Mine is in the corner of my tank in a tub i had laying around. My crabs are large and love climbing but they haven't seemed to mess with it. I fill it a couple times a day at the humility in my 40gal tank stays 70% and up all day! I love this idem, it works great and isn't going to cost you $60 like some reptile humidifiers. If you would like pictures or the amazon link let me know.

Happy crabbing <3

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Re: Affordable Humidifier!!!

Post by JoeHermits » Fri Sep 11, 2020 12:31 pm

Does it allow for fog density control? I’ve considered household foggers but they’re not designed for enclosures so it’s easy to output too much water.


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Re: Affordable Humidifier!!!

Post by GotButterflies » Sun Sep 13, 2020 12:13 am

Theresa Howard wrote:
Thu Sep 10, 2020 7:40 pm
I have found a lovely idem that works great to keep the crabs humidity up!! You can find it on amazon for under $15. Its called a Halloween mist maker. You put it in a small container of water and it blows water vapor. I've been using it with distilled water. Mine is in the corner of my tank in a tub i had laying around. My crabs are large and love climbing but they haven't seemed to mess with it. I fill it a couple times a day at the humility in my 40gal tank stays 70% and up all day! I love this idem, it works great and isn't going to cost you $60 like some reptile humidifiers. If you would like pictures or the amazon link let me know.

Happy crabbing <3
Like JoeHermits mentioned, household foggers aren't designed for tanks, so it can lead to flooding.
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Re: Affordable Humidifier!!!

Post by aussieJJDude » Tue Sep 15, 2020 6:34 pm

Even foggers for reptiles can still flood, and fogger shpuld be used with caution IMO.

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