Water bowls should have smooth sides and be easy to clean and disinfect with Reptisan at least once a week. Water bowls often become latrines for amphibians, and are often very dirty (even when they appear clean). As such, change the water in a water bowl daily. Dechlorinated tap water may be an option. Even better, reverse osmosis or distilled water, reconstituted with R/O Rx, ensures the amphibians have access to clean, remineralized water. Reverse Osmosis or Distilled water should never be used in water bowls alone.MistingMisting is a great way to increase humidity in a vivarium or terrarium. In a naturalistic setup, misting also serves to move waste down to the substrate level, where bacteria, fungi, and microfauna can break it down.ALWAYS mist with distilled or reverse osmosis water. Misting is mimicking rain water, which is generally pretty pure. After coming in contact with wood, leaves, etc, it is not pure and perfectly safe for your animals. Misting with tap water (even dechlorinated tap water) will result in clogged nozzles, white mineral deposits on glass, and possibly dead plants.Give your amphibians the water they need with Josh's Frogs Dechlorinator and R/O Rx. These products were made by us to better care for our animals, and we're sure you'll have the same great results with them that we do. Frog on!