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How big is the container that holds the water? I don't want to have to refill it a lot because I need this to last while I'm at work.
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does it make it rain or is it more of a mister bcz i dont want everything to be soaking
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does this fogger have a timer
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All your info is for pet encloses will it work in a closet (mold problem?
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Can this be used for a Ball Python because there humidity level is 70% ?
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Would I need two of these to heat a 10 gallon glass tank? Everyone keeps commenting on how small the product is.

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Zoo Med Zoo Med Repti Fogger

Easy to set up and ready to operateCreates a tropical climate that looks great and keeps pets healthyCompact ultrasonic terrarium humidifier with adjustable fog output controlEasy fill bottle screws onto the no-spill valve for easy removal and refillingIdeal invertebrate, amphibian and reptile humidifier for terrariums with pets like chameleons, anoles, dart frogs, tropical geckos, forest tortoises, box turtles, hermit crabs and more
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What type of water do you use?

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Distilled water is best. Tap water has minerals that can form deposits on the internal components of the fogger.
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I use regular tap water. I clean it about once a month with a mild solution of CLR and water. I've had mine about a year.
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The manufactorer recommends distilled water, because tap or spring water leaves minerals on the fogger coil and that will eventually ruin it
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I use water that has been purified with special drops, usually found with hermit crab supplies.
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I use filtered tap water.
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how is it generated? By plugging it in or battery operated?

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It uses a standard 110-120volt wall outlet. No batteries. The cord is kind of short, though.
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The Reptifogger is powered by a plug in.
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The Repti Fogger generates the fog when you have the full water bottle in possisiont with teh unit plugged in and turned on.
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Yes, it plugs in with 110 volt.
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what type of bedding should i use with the zoo med repti fogger?

I have a ball python and i just currently purchased the zoo med repti fogger and it makes the bedding she has damp so the sand that i have down and the cocoanut bark that comes in blocks sticks to her belly so then she is fully covered in sand...should i go back to the bark chips i had used previously?
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coconut bark is the best thing to use because it retains the moisture. i wouldnt use sand, and im not sure about bark chips. what is wrong with it sticking to her belly?
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Well, you shouldn't have sand in w/ a Ball Python (so I've heard) and from what I've learned is that Ball Pythons do not need a lot of humidity (which will be caused w/ a fogger) b/c if it's too humid it can cause them to get blisters on their belly so I would actually recommend returning or selling the fogger and keep using bark chips or try aspen bedding. while using a manual spray bottle when necessary (where I live I don't even need that)
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does it matter how big your tank is

my tank is 40"
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Tank size will have an affect of the change in humidity. This almost works "too well" in my 20 gallon. It should be fine in tanks up to about 100 gallons.
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I use a 40 gallon breeder tank which is about 36" x 18" x 20". The fogger is adjustable to fit your needs.
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Zoo Med Fogger

I live near the Bellingham, WA Petco but would have to drive across the border from Canada. Can you tell me if the Zoo Med Fogger is a regular stock items or does it have to be ordered in.
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It is a regular stock item at most Petcos - I would call to make sure it is in stock.
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I have recently seen it in Petco stores near me in Oklahoma. I would call the store first to make sure it is in stock.
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is the zoo med repti foogger a good product for my bearded dragon?

we just bought a bearded dragon and we are having a hard maintaining the proper humitity level and what to know if there is a good product on the market that we can buy so that we are not spraying the enclosure constantly
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Bearded dragons can be housed in a variety of enclosures as long as their basic requirements are met. All glass aquaria with wire tops are commonly used and are inexpensive to obtain. Custom built enclosures are also very popular and can be sized appropriately. The enclosure should have a basking spot with temperatures ranging from 90 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit, which can be provided by an overhead light in a reflective hood. Under tank heating can be used for night time use, supplied by a heating pad or tape. The enclosure should be large enough to allow the lizard to retreat to a cooler area (known as thermoregulation) as needed. A tree branch or log should be supplied for climbing and basking. Good substrates are newspaper, sand, pea rock or aquarium gravel. Substrates such as mulch, shredded tree bark, or corn cob should not be used as they can hold moisture and promote bacterial growth. ( Bearded Dragon lives in the deserts of central Australia they do not humility) THEY ARE DESERT ANIMALS
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No. It is not recommended for a bearded dragon. Bearded dragons are desert dwelling creatures and recommended humidity levels are between 30 and 60%. Obtaining a humidity gauge is important. If you are spraying to get moisture to your dragon this can be done a few ways. Baby dragons need to have moisture as they quickly dehydrate. You can drop a bit of water right on their mouth (avoiding their nostrils) and he/she may lap it up. This you will have to do while the dragon is young to avoid dehydration. You wouldn't deprive a baby human of a bottle, or find a mechanized bottle feeder this is really no different. Most beardies get their fluid intake in with their greens and insects. You can increase their water consumption by putting bottled water in a spray bottle and misting their greens lightly. If you need to increase humidity in the tank, add a shallow water dish. Rarely beardies will drink water from a dish. More often than not they will lay in the water dish and often defecate in it. If they do so, it needs to be changed immediately.
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My chameleon is in a fine mesh terrarium, not glass, will the fogger be as effective?

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Your chameleon shouldn't be in a glass tank .The mesh terrarium is meant for them they need circulating air an all glass terrarium doesn't give that.Yes the fogger works great.Thats what I use in my mesh terrarium for my veiled chameleon.The humdiity gets up to 90%
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I think it should work fine.
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Using at night

Can this be used at night all night or should it be used during day ?Its for my veiled chameleon reptibreeze cage. The chameleon is about 4-5 months old
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This product is awful! I built my own fogger and use it on a timer throughout the day. Works wonders for my chameleon .
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The manufacturer recommends you not run the unit 24/7, they suggest you add a humidity/temperature control device. I use the control, so you never have to worry about proper settings and/or overuse.
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Does it constantly run?

Is the fog/mist on a constant output or is it on a timer?
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It's on an hydrometer. You set it for the percent of humidity that is recommended. For my Giant Day Geckos it's 50-75%. I set it for 65%. It will run until it is 65% and then shut down until it drops to 49. I just replaced the first one I had because I had it set up wrong. I don't know how it happened but it was running all the time. It said in the instructions that constant running will burn it out which it did. I use purified water in mine that is made in my reverse osmosis filter. If you use tap water you run the danger of mineral build up.
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To control the environment for your pet using this fogger, you will want to use it in conjunction with the Zoo Med Hygro Therm Humidity and Temperature Controller.
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Will this fogger hurt my emperor scorpion?

I am thinking about getting this for my scorpion to help with humidity levels. Just want to make sure it will not hurt him tho.
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This is a good fogger for an Emperor, but if your air is already humid you may need the humidity control module. Most foggers include these, so this inexpensive fogger with such a module is a good combination
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Can this be used for a Ball Python because there humidity level is 70% ?

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I use mine for my Giant Day Geckos where the humidity should be between 50-75%. I set it to shut off at 65%. When it drops down to 49 it comes back on. You don't want it running constantly as it will burn it out which it did to my first one.
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does this fogger have a timer

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No it doesn't have a timer
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Do you ship worldwide?

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Is the Zoo Med Repti Fogger healty and safe for my emperor scorpion

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