Honeywell HCM350W Germ Free Cool Mist Humidifier White

December 9, 2018 - Comment

Honeywell Germ Free Cool Mist Humidifier Product Features COOL MIST HUMIDIFIER: Add cool moisture to dry air with this quiet humidifier. The 1 gallon tank runs up to 24 hours on low, making this humidifier great for bedrooms & medium sized rooms in your home. UV technology kills 99.9% of bacteria in the water FILTERED

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Honeywell Germ Free Cool Mist Humidifier

Product Features

  • COOL MIST HUMIDIFIER: Add cool moisture to dry air with this quiet humidifier. The 1 gallon tank runs up to 24 hours on low, making this humidifier great for bedrooms & medium sized rooms in your home. UV technology kills 99.9% of bacteria in the water
  • FILTERED COOL MOISTURE: Evaporative Technology blows moisture off a wicking filter, helping it evaporative into the air quickly. It’s not possible to over-humidify with evaporative technology because you can’t add more moisture to the air than it can hold
  • HONEYWELL HUMIDIFIERS: Humidity levels in your home between 40-60% can make the air feel warmer & improve your breathing comfort, sleeping, nasal congestion & dry skin. Dry air can cause static electricity, damage wooden furniture & irritate health issues
  • HUMIDIFIERS FOR BABIES, CHILDREN, ADULTS: Humidifiers diffuse moisture into the air, and many find that a humidifier for the home, bedroom or nursery becomes an essential part of a good nights sleep when the air is dry, in allergy season, or when sick
  • HONEYWELL QUALITY: Improve humidity levels in your home & improve your comfort with a Honeywell humidifier. Compare to humidifiers & similar products from Vicks, Crane, Urpower, Holmes, Boveda, Dyson, Evapolar, Aprilaire, Fridgidaire, & Pure Guardian

Comments

Anonymous says:

Keep it clean, and use clean water! I bought this Honeywell humidifier in March 2014, and it runs continuously in the winter months. A few comments, in reaction to some of the very negative reviews posted here:1. You have to clean the unit regularly. This would be true of any humidifier — no getting around it. Scrub out the base, which is where the water sits. It is also worth cleaning the dust off the fan blades and the surrounding housing, maybe every year or so depending on your dust levels. You can CAREFULLY pry up the fan cover with a screwdriver to gain access. Make sure the unit is unplugged, of course.2. You can get longer wick (filter) life by cleaning the wick. I use diluted bleach and soak for a while; this requires thorough rinsing. White vinegar would also work. Don’t wait until the wick is completely crusted over with minerals.3. Noise cannot be avoided, especially on the highest setting. But I have found this to be a reasonably quiet humidifier, and I’ve had several.4. If the…

Anonymous says:

This is one of the things you own that will end up owning you I bought this in early 2016. At that time it was about $52 and filters were going for about $10.50. I had read some very good, non-Amazon reviews on this unit which is why I bought it.Up until that time I had been using a Vick’s Cool Mist humidifier. I didn’t love that humidifier because it needed regular cleaning/sanitization and because it created white dust (small mineral dust from the minerals in the water) in the room where it was used. It was hard to clean due to several nooks & crannies. In the process of cleaning that Vick’s humidifier, I got some water in the motor and it became quite noisy, thus prompting its replacement.Two years later, I find that I need to clean this Honeywell unit a lot less than the Vick’s unit. That’s good. I also need to dust a lot less, also good. One downside is that the performance of the unit can really decline as the filter ages. Sometimes the dropoff is quite steep. Maybe the filter lasts 6 weeks, maybe 2, maybe longer if…

Anonymous says:

when the heat is around 70 is perfect (according to our hygrometer) Humidifiers are a lot of work no matter which one you have. They must be filled daily, making sure the filter is wet, and the unit cleaned weekly, or more, depending on the hardness of your water. I have this is an open hallway of a completely open floor plan of about 1300+ sq feet. The moisture it puts out on low, when the heat is around 70 is perfect (according to our hygrometer). We have no static electricity. I did have to put a baking pan under it…in the carpet…I want to be sure I get no spillage when refilling it. I also made sure it was on a slight angle to keep water flowing into the filter. Read your instruction booklet to keep your filter working properly and getting a couple uses out of it. The filters could be a tad stronger. The color is your calcium folks. Eventually you will have to replace the filter. It runs very quiet. We bought this Jan 5th 2017 and have run it almost consistently since. Take care of your things and they should last. If you hope…

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