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  • #107407
    kreig-kitts
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    Since I’ll have to start running the heat in a week or two and live in a new place, I just got a new evaporator humidifier and have started it up for both my harp’s and my sinuses’ comfort (maintaining humidity in the summer is never a problem in Washington DC).

    #107408
    deb-l
    Participant

    yup me two.

    #107409
    harpglo-jean
    Participant

    Gosh, cold weather sounds sooooo nice right around now…since we’re currently “boiling ” out here in So. Cal. 87 degrees today, and 90 tomorrow…ugh!!!..harps are all verrrrrrry sharp!…..

    #107410
    carl-swanson
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    Congratulations Krieg and Deb- You both warm the heart of an old harp repairman. If your humidifiers put out humidified air that is completely invisible(no steam or visible vapor) you can set it right next to the harp without any problem. The humidity is going to be highest nearest the humidifier and will drop very fast the farther away the humidifier is.

    #107411
    deb-l
    Participant

    thanks Carl, happily I found and read the info you had in an older thread that said to avoid humidifiers with visible vapor (advertised as cool mist or warm vapor).

    #107412
    kay-lister
    Member

    Krieg, are you in DC now?

    #107413
    kreig-kitts
    Member

    I also remember that thread (plus, those mist ones

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