The first step is to calculate the square footage of your room. Small humidifiers are best suited for rooms up to 300 sq. ft., medium units for 300-600 sq. ft., and large models for spaces over 600 sq. ft.

Cool Mist Humidifiers: Increase the humidity without raising the temperature of your space. These units are helpful for allergy sufferers.
Warm Mist Humidifiers: Ideal for cooler climates, these units increase both the humidity and the temperature of a space. These units are helpful if you have a cold or flu.
Evaporative: These humidifiers can self-regulate the moisture in the air. Using a fan, water evaporates from a wick filter as a vapor without any heat.
Vaporizer: Vaporizing humidifiers may offer either cool or warm mist to produce steam to increase the level of humidity in your space.
Ultrasonic: Using an internal vibrating metal or ceramic diaphragm, ultrasonic humidifiers can produce cool or warm mist and are very quiet when operating.

Measure the length and width of your space. Then, multiply the length by the width to find the square footage. Example: a room that is 10 feet long and 13 feet wide will be 130 square feet.

Place the humidifier on a flat surface. Fill the water tank according to your owner’s manual, plug it in to the wall, and turn it on. Adjust the settings to your desired humidity level.

We recommend placing your humidifier in a central location, away from walls, electronics, and wood furniture in order that the humidity can disperse evenly in your space.

No. Distilled water is recommended, as it reduces hard water buildup, but tap water can be used. Regular cleaning is recommended to remove mineral deposits for optimal results.

Check if the water tank is filled, the unit is properly plugged in, and all components are correctly assembled. Clean any mineral buildup on the ultrasonic plate, wick filter, or elements, as needed.

Ensure the water tank is positioned correctly and check for cracks or damage. Inspect the tank cap and gasket for a proper seal. Make sure the unit is on a level surface.

Clean the unit to remove any mineral deposits. Ensure the unit is placed on a stable, level surface. Check for any loose parts. If the noise persists, contact customer service for further assistance.

We recommend cleaning the humidifier every 1-2 weeks, or more frequently if using tap water. Regular cleaning prevents mold, bacteria, and mineral buildup, ensuring efficient operation.

Empty and rinse the water tank daily. For a deeper clean, soak the tank and base in a solution of white vinegar and water for 30 minutes, then scrub any buildup with a soft brush. Rinse thoroughly and dry before reassembling.

We recommend replacing the filter every 1-3 months, depending on usage and water quality. A dirty filter will reduce efficiency and air quality.

Humidifiers add moisture to the air, which helps with dry skin, irritated sinuses, and respiratory issues. Humidifiers also reduces static electricity and helps to increase the lifespan of wood floors and wood furniture.

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