How humidifiers work

When most people think of a shopping problem, women, shoes and department stores come to mind.

When most people think of a shopping problem, women, shoes and department stores come to mind. It isn't very often that we hear of men have an unusual love for shopping. However, I am the exception. If I'm not shopping for suits or the latest Apple gadgets, it's home appliances.

I recently bought a new humidifier for my room. I came home, and my wife, Jan, asked me why I felt the need to get another one, especially since I purchased one for our bedroom a few months ago. I explained to Jan that it's always a good idea to have one backup appliance.

We began getting into a playful discussion and in the middle of our banter, she said "I love you, but you probably don't even know how humidifiers work."

I paused for a minute and realized she was right! Of course, I wasn't going to admit that she was right. I headed to our study to do a little internet research so I could answer Jan's question.

Finally, I stumbled across a website that described how dehumidifiers function. Apparently, water from a reservoir accumulates on an evaporation pad. Then an electric fan circulates air through the pad. Small droplets are distributed into the air, which is what increases the humidity of a room.

After looking over and memorizing this information, I walked right back to the kitchen where Jan was sitting with a big smile on my face. She asked me what was going on. I relayed all the information to her that I saved in my memory about how humidifiers work. I could tell that she was surprised just by the look on her face. And after seeing how impressed she was, I realized there was nothing more I could ask for.

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75 thoughts on “How humidifiers work

  1. Hey There Admin,
    Neat Post, Are you trying to buy a humidifier, but not sure which one is the best? You need to make sure you get your money’s worth when you are buying humidifiers. Plenty of humidifiers out there tell you that they are the greatest product, but who do you trust? You should listen to consumers because they are the ones who are using the humidifier so they give the best humidifier reviews.
    Thanks

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