With the cold temperatures starting it is important to have a humidifier, as cold temperature means dry air among other things. If you planning to register for one or you forgot to do so here are the humidifiers you should check out.
Why Do You Need A Humidifier
During the cold months, turning on your heat provides your family the warmth they need. It also drys out the air in your home. You may appear dry sinuses, congestion, dry skin, stuffy nose, dry nose and/or dry throat. This dry air also can interfere with your baby’s sleep and create issues with your baby’s skin as well. A humidifier provides moisture in the air to relieve this issues. If you baby is congested, a humidifier produces air that loosens the congestion. Also helping with your baby’s skin issues that may occur during the cold months. Using a humidifier can risk your baby’s sick time, soothe sore throats and dry coughs. The risk of influenza, colds and bronchitis are reduced with a humidifier.
Cold Mist Humidifier vs. Warm Mist Humidifier
This is a common question – what is the difference between the two? Cool mist humidifier is idea for babies and young children. The air coming from the cool mist humidifier is cool or at room temperature and has no heating element. Warm mist humidifier produces warm or hot air. There’s a fear that a child may burn themselves with a warm mist humidifier. Both humidifier the air.
Top 5 Humidifiers
The TaoTronics is a 4L cool mist humidifier. It contains a ceramic filter that creates a clean mist that is eco-friendly. The mist can be controlled from low to high depending on your baby’s needs and how dry the air is in their room. And you can adjust the mist modes using the 360 degree nozzle to adjust the mist angle to the direction needed. It’s incredibly quiet and doesn’t make a sound.
The Crane Cool Mist Humidifier is a 1 gallon tank. They come in a variety of different shapes – frog, duck, tiger, elephant, pig, cow, pig, panda, dragon, dog, monkey, hippo, space alien and more. The 1 gallon tank is great for a small 400-square-foot space room. They also they drop version (looks like a teardrop) with a 2.1 gallon tank if your baby sleeps in a slightly larger room. Operation is a breeze with its compact, easy-to-fill water tank (no filter required), large variable mist control knob and automatic shut-off safety sensor when empty.
The URPower Humidifier is 5L cool mist humidifier. This is an easy to operate humidifier. There is only one power button for you to control the humidifier. The m sleek matte black design is great for any child’s room decor. There is an automatic shut-off function which will shut off automatically when there is no water remained. So it won’t overheat or short circuit.
The Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier is 3.5L cool mist humidifier. This company stands behind there product and is backed with 365 days warranty so your satisfactory is guaranteed. Humidify anywhere you desire with the 360 degrees adjustable mist spray. Antibacterial material is used inside water tank and the base to suppress mold growth. If you need a night light- you have one with several color options. No stumbling in the dark.
The MistAire Ultrasonic is a 1.5L cool mist humidifier. This humidifier has 360 mist nozzle, optional night light and automatic shut off with high and low settings for the cool mist. It’s easy to use and also quiet since it is an ultrasonic humidifier.
So, those are our recommended Top 5 Humidifiers for Your Baby’s Room. None of these are perfect (as cleaning seems to be the common issue and so far no humidifier is easy to clean at this point in time), but we are sure that you will love one of these humidifiers. Have a congested little one? Here are the ways to relieve a congested baby.