Everlasting Comfort Cool Mist Humidifier
Last updated date: June 9, 2020
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In our analysis of 135 expert reviews, the Everlasting Comfort Everlasting Comfort Cool Mist Humidifier placed 6th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Maintain a Healthy Home Maintaining humidity levels above 43% decreases the risk of illness and disease, and helps relieve dry, irritated skin. Ensure your home’s optimal humidity level with the Everlasting Comfort Ultrasonic Humidifier. With a large 6L tank, powerful mist output, essential oil compartment and a built-in night-light, this humidifier has all the features you need in one sleek and affordable machine. Larger Capacity This large room humidifier is design for rooms of up to 400 sq ft and features a 6L (1.6 gal) tank with a powerful mist output of up to 270 ml/hr. Each tank is designed to last up to 6 days before refilling. Auto Shut-Off Rest easy with the auto shut-off feature that will automatically turn off once the air humidifier is out of water, ensuring your safety and preventing any damage to the machine. Essential Oil Tray Enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy with our built-in essential oil tray. The strong mist output gives you all the moisture you need while emitting an aroma from your favorite essential oils. Economical Our humidifier doesn’t require costly filters, so you never have to worry about replacing the filter every couple of months. The unique filter-less design makes it both economical and more sustainable. Soothe Dry Skin Relieve dry, itchy skin by ensuring your home remains above the 43% humidity level with this fully-customizable air humidifier. Reduce Airborne Viruses This Ultrasonic humidifier features 360-degree rotating nozzles and a fully adjustable mist output knob that allows you to control the humidity of your room and decrease the risk of illness. Improve Sleep Enjoy a good night’s rest by alleviating dry nasal passages and soothing irritated skin. With the additional diffuser feature, you can enjoy a more restful night by adding your favorite essential oils.
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An Overview On Humidifiers
Depending on where you live or how much heat you use in the winter season, you may find that the air in your home is a bit dry. This dryness may be the cause of your chapped lips, dry throat or sinus irritations. Fortunately, you can purchase a humidifier to use in the home that will put the much-needed moisture back into the air.
Before you select a humidifier, there are a few things you’ll want to consider.
Start off measuring the room in which you’d like to use the humidifier. Most units will list the size room they service (often in square feet) on the outside of the product packaging. In some cases, the box may say small, medium or large rooms.
“A good rule of thumb is to get a ‘small room’ humidifier for spaces under 300 square feet, a ‘medium room’ humidifier for 400-500 square feet, and the ‘large room’ humidifier for rooms over 500 square feet,” says our resident home improvement expert Vicki Liston. “You’ll need to adjust to a higher sized model if your ceilings are above 9 feet or if the room you are using it in isn’t well insulated.”
Next, you’ll need to determine the humidifier’s tank size. The larger the tank, the longer the unit will run before it needs to be refilled. For example, the URPOWER Oil Diffuser & Cool Mist Humidifier has a 100 ml tank that runs just 6 hours, while the Pure Enrichment Cool Mist Humidifier has a 1.5 L tank that runs 16 hours. The first unit is more suitable for an office setting, while the second is best for continuous home use.
Decide whether you’d like a humidifier that also doubles as an oil diffuser, such as the Asakuki Essential Oil Diffuser. This way, you could add a few drops of lavender essential oil for its ability to calm or orange essential oil for a boost in energy. Perhaps you’d simply like to add your favorite essential oil to create a pleasant aroma to the room.
Check the humidifier you’re interested in to see if it has multiple settings. Most units will give you the option of running the mist in spurts (or on low) or continuously (or on high). Some also feature timers that will shut the unit off after 1 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours or once the water reservoir is empty.
Consider any extra benefits the humidifier has to offer. For example, the VicTsing Essential Oil Diffuser & Cool Mist Humidifier has seven different light colors, so you can choose one that matches the decor in the room you’re using it in. Even better, once you select the color you’d like, you can put it on dim or bright.
The Humidifier Buying Guide
- You can measure the amount of humidity in your home with a hydrometer. Your goal is to keep humidity levels between 40 and 50%.
- Never use tap water to fill your humidifier. “Using distilled or purified water instead of tap water will substantially cut down on the amount of mineral deposits left behind,” says home improvement maven Liston.
- Check the type of material that the humidifier’s water reservoir is made out of. You want it to be BPA-free, so that no toxins are released into the water and then into the air that you breathe.
- Mold and bacteria can grow inside a humidifier, which is why it is so important that you clean the device regularly. Since humidifiers are not dishwasher safe, you’ll need to clean them by hand. Mix water and white distilled vinegar together inside the humidifier’s water tank. Run the unit for a few minutes and then empty the water reservoir. Wipe down the inside of the tank with either a cotton ball or swab that has been soaked in vinegar. Rinse the tank with water afterward to make sure you remove all traces of vinegar. You can set the unit aside to air dry or wipe it down with a lint-free cloth.
- Not all units run quietly. However, a little white noise may actually help you focus while working or sleep a little more soundly at bedtime.
- When reviewing humidifier prices, you’ll need to take into consideration the number or features the unit comes with, as well as how long of a running time it has. The URPOWER Oil Diffuser & Cool Mist Humidifier is on the lower end, as it is more basic and has a short running time. The VicTsing Essential Oil Diffuser & Cool Mist Humidifier and the Asakuki Essential Oil Diffuser are slightly more, thanks to longer running times and extra settings. You’ll find the Pure Enrichment Cool Mist Humidifier at the top of the range, as it has the power to run for as long as 16 hours.
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