Hi folks. Where I live, water is both expensive and hard. Our winters are very dry and our summers very humid. Accordingly, we use humidifiers in winter and dehumidifiers in summer. Now it seems to me that the dehumidifier water would be ideal for the humidifier -- it is like distilled water, and thus soft, but I've read that it may contain airborne fungi and any organisms that grow on the dehumidifier coils. So is there a practical way to treat it and store it? It doesn't have to be potable, but suitable for wick and cool-mist humidifiers. Thanks for your thoughts on this ...