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Humidifier Basic Tips

Before using a humidifier in your house, you should be aware of some of the risks and precautions associated with these devices in order to avoid adverse health effects.

Maintain Control of Humidity

Avoid over-moisturizing a room. A room's humidity level should not exceed 50%. Bacteria and mould can grow when the humidity level surpasses this %. This can exacerbate respiratory problems such as allergies and asthma.

A room's humidity level should ideally be between 30% and 50%. You can acquire a hygrometer to determine the relative humidity level in your home.

Run your humidifier just when necessary, not constantly, to maintain humidity levels low.

Make use of Distilled Water

Another potential health hazard associated with the operation of a humidifier is the particles other than water discharged into the air. A humidifier, particularly

one that uses cool mist, might emit harmful mineral particles.

Distilled water contains fewer minerals and is available for use in humidifiers.

Purify water for humidifiers.

Maintain a Clean Machine

After each usage, you should clean your humidifier and ensure that the water tank is totally dry before reusing it.

Each night, rinse and replenish the water in the humidifier's tank to avoid using stagnant water that may contain mould or other bacteria or fungi. Within the humidifier, you may detect a white accumulation. This is referred to as scale, and it can be discharged into the air, resulting in particles entering the lungs and causing health concerns.

To avoid or eliminate scale or mould, thoroughly clean your humidifier every few days with a solution of water and vinegar or hydrogen peroxide, or another cleaning solution recommended by the manufacturer.

If an older humidifier has not been cleaned on a regular basis, you should consider replacing it.

Replace Filters on a Regular Basis

Certain humidifiers include filters or other components that must be cleaned or replaced. For instance, replace the filter in your central humidifier on a regular basis, as directed by the manufacturer.

Maintain an Open Position for Interior Doors

To avoid over-humidifying a room, keep the door open to allow air to circulate in and out.

When using a humidifier in a child's room, exercise caution.

Because not all humidifiers are created equal, you should choose the safest option if the humidifier will be used in your child's room at night.

A humidifier that boils or heats the water within could be dangerous. On the other hand, cool mist humidifiers can introduce additional dangerous elements into the air, thus they must be maintained properly.

Humidification FAQs

The optimal humidity level is between 45% and 50%. Humidity levels greater than 50% create an ideal environment for mould, dust mites, bacteria, and other pests to thrive.

Humidity levels below 30% enhance the likelihood of cold and flu viruses spreading, while also causing unpleasant respiratory symptoms.

Read our post Understanding Relative Humidity for additional information on relative humidity and your health.

Sizing a humidifier is mostly determined by the square footage of the space to be humidified. The majority of humidifier manufacturers specify a square foot coverage range for their products.

Bear in mind that console and in-duct whole house humidifiers will cover huge regions, and in certain cases, the entirety of your home.

Here, you can find the humidifier that is the correct size for you.

The term "humidifier capacity" refers to the greatest amount of moisture that a humidifier can create in a 24-hour period. Capacity is distinct from the water tank capacity of a humidifier, which refers to the amount of water the reservoir can hold when entirely filled.

One or more water reservoirs are included in portable tabletop and console humidifiers. Simply open the water reservoir and pour in clean water to refill your humidifier.

Certain humidifiers will be small enough to carry to a sink for refilling, while others will have top-fill reservoirs that make filling with a pitcher or hose simple.

Humidifiers for furnaces do not have reservoirs. Rather than that, these humidifiers connect directly to the water supply in your home and draw water as needed.

If you plan to use your portable humidifier continuously during the day and night, you should refill it once every 24 hours. Certain types enable continuous humidification for an extended period of time, up to 24 hours each refill. If your humidifier is used intermittently, you will need to replace it less frequently.

Yes. If you intend to fill your humidifier with hard water, however, buy a humidifier that has a mineral cartridge or clean it more frequently.

Considerations for Hard Water

When hard water is thrown into the air, it can harden into a harmful irritant known as white dust. Breathing in white dust for an extended amount of time may aggravate pre-existing respiratory problems or result in the development of new ones.

Cartridges of Minerals

Mineral cartridges absorb the majority of the mineral content in hard water, reducing the likelihood of it being discharged into the air.

If your humidifier does not include a mineral cartridge, we recommend filling it with distilled water.

Yes. Numerous humidifiers include programmable timers that enable you to configure operation to begin at a specific time and end at a specified time, so conserving energy and ensuring that the machine operates only when necessary.

Certain humidifiers may come equipped with a countdown timer rather than a fully programmable timer. Countdown clocks enable you to programme a humidifier's shutoff time while it is already operating.

There are so many different types of humidifiers available that choosing one can be intimidating. As with any appliance purchase, it's beneficial to understand "how a humidifier works" and the distinctions between them.

Humidifiers do exactly what the name implies - they add moisture to the air. While some homes have humidifiers integrated into their entire HVAC systems, portable humidifiers are the most common and effective.

Relative humidity is a percentage value that indicates how much water vapour is now trapped in the air in comparison to the maximum amount that the air can contain at a given temperature. Assume you have a glass of water and begin stirring sugar into it. Once you've added a full cup of sugar to the glass, you'll see that the sugar no longer dissolves and begins to accumulate at the bottom. At this time, the water has become completely saturated with sugar and cannot retain any more. When you have added only 1/2 cup of sugar to the water, you have reached 50% of the maximum amount of sugar that the water can contain at its current temperature. Consider your home's air to be the glass of water, and the moisture vapour in the air to be the sugar. Your relative humidity level is the ratio of the amount of water vapour in the air at the moment to the amount of water vapour that the air can hold at a particular temperature.

When considering relative humidity, it is critical to keep the temperature in mind as well. As the air temperature rises, the capacity of the air to store moisture decreases. When temperatures drop, the air's ability to hold moisture decreases. Therefore, if a room has a relative humidity of 50% while the temperature is 80°F, there is significantly more water in the air than if the temperature was 35°F and the relative humidity was 50% in the exact same space.

There is no simple answer to this most frequently asked humidifier question. Choosing the best model and size for you will rely on a number of things. Before making a purchase, you should ask yourself a few questions.

  1. What is the size of the room in which the humidifier will be used?
  2. How much money am I willing to spend?
  3. Is energy consumption of the utmost importance?
  4. How frequently do I want to refill the humidifier during the day?
  5. Do I desire a chilly or a warm mist?
  6. Which aspects of hygiene are critical to me?
  7. Is my water hard or softened?
  8. Do I require sophisticated technological controls?

These questions can significantly restrict your selection and assist you in determining the model that is suited for you and will function best in your particular situation.

Your first step should be to determine the water level. When the water tank is empty or low on water, all of our humidifiers automatically switch off. It may seem insignificant, but check the power and plug. If none of these are the issue, your next step should be to consult the user manual for any basic troubleshooting methods. If you've misplaced your manual, please visit our website. We maintain PDF versions of user manuals on product pages so that you can always access or print a replacement document for your humidifier.

While a humidifier is a relatively simple piece of equipment, it does have a number of potential failure points. Replaceable components, such as mineral pads, evaporator filters/wicks, and demineralization cartridges, should be changed on a regular basis. If any of these become blocked, the humidifier's performance may be reduced or the equipment may be damaged. Cleaning should be performed on a regular basis, and keep in mind that if you are inspecting the unit yourself, you are dealing with an electric appliance that uses water; thus, unplug the cord. If all else fails, contact the manufacturer for assistance. As is the case with all of our goods, if you have a problem with a humidifier that you purchased from us, please call customer service toll-free at 1-800-339-7123. Occasionally, we are able to diagnose the machine over the phone.