Sha_zapple said:Im betting distilled, because that means that all of the minerals are out of it. Its probably been filtered and boiled (to get rid of bacteria) because people drink it. quote]
Actually distilled water is boiled. That's how you distill it. Just like good 'ol uncle Jessie.
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I think the amount of water I actually spray over the fins will be very small in comparison to the amount of regular tap water that flows through it everytime I wash it. Like I said I'm not worrying too much about it.SFRinNJ said:Distilled water is the way to go and is the recommended product. You want to avoid the deposits from building up in the system at all because the fins of the intercooler also have the potential of building up deposits. The fins are alot harder to clean because they are so thin and so easy to bend. Why go there at all? Use distilled water. SFRinNJ
I'm going to say kinda. The container that the water goes into has to be clean which usually means it needs to be rinsed with distilled water. Also the mechnaisim for collecting the water must be free from contaminantes as well. I'm not really sure how dehumidifiers work.stiperformance said:What about water capured from a dehumidifier? Its distilled, right?