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In a whole-house bypass-humidifier setup, the humidified air still has to go through the furnace filter.

Doesn't that filter out some of the water vapor? Especially with the expensive filters that filter a lot of things out.

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No. water vapor is a gas - it passes right through, same as oxygen and nitrogen (i.e., air)

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