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    Default Reptile fogger.

    I use a reptile fogger to keep humidity up in my Pacman's terrarium along with spraying the substrate with water to keep it moist. Is the fogger a good choice for to produce humidity in my frogs home?

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    Default Re: Reptile fogger.

    I don't see why not I'd like to use one for my gecko's tank.

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    Default Re: Reptile fogger.

    That's what I thought. I'm sure it doesn't hurt them to breathe in the fog. Sometimes he won't get out of his burrow unless I run the fogger and fill the tank with fog so you can't see in it.

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    I guess as long as the water is dechlorinated Must be nice to be a frog, lol

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    If you use distilled water in the fogger they will last longer. I also hook mine up to a hygro-therm from zoo med and it will keep your humidity right where you want it without over using it.

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    Default Re: Reptile fogger.

    Frog do have nice care free lives if they have a good caregiver. I use a water conditioner in the fogger. Ill try the distilled though. I need one of those hygrometers to keep it right. I've already got a timer for my day and night lights for my Pacman. Grif doesn't seem to mind the lights n knows when its time to wake up.

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