Blue Water Cool Mist Humidifier
Hey everyone! For today’s post, I’m going to share with you my review of Blue Water’s Ultrasonic Air Humidifier. Keep reading to know more about it and the benefits of using such a product in your home.
What is an Air Humidifier?
An air humidifier is a device that works by releasing water vapor into the air to increase humidity.
This device from Blue Water is available in four different colors; Green, Blue, Pink, and White. It’s bulky compared to other designs, but that’s totally fine because it’s lightweight and operates quietly. It also has a dual nozzle and a round switch to adjust the amount of mist you want the humidifier to generate. See below for technical specifications:
- Type: Ultrasonic (uses a metal diaphragm vibrating at high frequencies to produce cool mist)
- Running Time: 11 hours
- Power Consumption: 220V~240V, 50Hz-60Hz, 27Watts
- Room Coverage: approximately 500sq.ft/ 48m2
How to Clean your Humidifier
Simply detach the parts and wash each one gently with warm water and vinegar. It’s preferable to do this every two (2) days to prevent mineral buildup inside the product. You don’t want to be breathing in water from a moldy container, right?
Now, let’s proceed to some of the benefits of having this appliance:
What are the benefits of Owning an Air Humidifier?
It keeps your skin (and lips) moisturized Shield your skin from dryness and flakiness during winter or dry summer months by having a humidifier in your living room or office. The added moisture you get from this device will keep your skin moisturized and help prevent breakouts or scaly skin. It will help you maintain that fresh, natural glow.
It protects your throat and shields you from getting a sinus infection
Having a humidifier in your home protects your throat and sinuses from drying out and being irritated, which eventually leads to sore throat, nasal congestion, or even worse- flu. Germs tend to live longer in dry air, and flu virus transmission also depends on humidity levels, so it wouldn’t hurt to invest in a humidifying appliance. If you already have irritated sinuses, having a humidifier around will help provide relief, making it easier for you to expel mucus.
It’s good for your indoor plants as well You and your loved ones aren’t the only ones who can benefit from increasing humidity levels at home. Your plants are also at an advantage; because the water vapor not only prevents them from withering but it helps maintain that fresh and lively appearance as well.
Clean your device regularly and avoid leaving water in it for too long. Use distilled water for best results (it’s free from minerals and bacteria that might promote the growth of bacteria in your humidifier).
What do you think? Would you like to have a humidifying appliance in your home soon?