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I bought mine from Costco 2 years ago and love it. No mold growth, no cleaning needed. I left water inside without use for a few months I got some hard water stains that were easily wiped away.
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Use distilled water for best results.
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sherman83 wrote:Stopped working after warrant expired....... It worked well in the first couple month, then steam doesn't come out any more. It is still sitting in my junk yard now, what a waste of money.......
I bought 2 new from Costco a few weeks ago for $75. They are working great. Out here in the desert they are a must have during the dry winters.
The container hold a lot of water and you can dial in how much you want to vapor you want it to expel. They are keeping my kid and me dry and bloody noise free this winter.
And since they were bought from Costco if they ever break they will get returned to Costco.
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lizzydee wrote:Don't buy. I bought this refurbished pure guardian humidifier last March from woot. The first time I used it, it started making a weird noise and then smelled like something was burning.
I certainly hope you contacted the manufacturer and/or firstname.lastname@example.org about that - burning isn't one of those smells that seems like it should happen...
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I'm in for one, brought it with the squaretrade warranty too!
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