Wasn't that just beautiful.
Anyway, it's a working devise, despite it's looks, but after whole winters use it's become limy and not clean looking from the inside. I also suspect it would work better if it's not covered in lime. So since I'm an organized and anticipatory person I desided to clean the inside of the humidifier now before I place it in deep storage.
So how to clean a humidifier, and I mean how to clean a humidifier that works with an old fashion resistor and not one of those ultrasonic humidifiers or some other gizmo that I don't understand.
The cleaning is easy and you don't actually have to do much anything. The steps are:
- Open your humidifier
- Pour in a solution of 1:1 vinegar and water so that all icky looking parts are covered
- Wait a little longer
- Brush clean