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How Often Do You Need to Wash Your Humidifier?

How Often Do You Need to Wash Your Humidifier?

First and foremost, please make sure that you are using either purified or distilled water(preferred) with your humidifier. Tap water or spring water has minerals in them, and trust us, you do not want to breathe them in. Once you are using purified or distilled water, you should clean your humidifier every 1~3 days.

Humidifiers help improve air quality, but they have to be maintained well. If you have used any other brands of humidifiers, you already know that they are really difficult to clean. Many humidifier users report that the designs of humidifiers make it impossible to reach certain spots, hence forcing the users to purchase another humidifier. We already have a million things to do and cleaning our home appliances may not be our priority. You probably don’t want to clean the humidifier that is impossible to clean.

Miro mist maker fan is submerged.

Miro’s position is this: maintaining a clean humidifier should be easy and user-friendly. All of Miro humidifiers are extremely easy to clean and use. They were chosen as the best-designed humidifier of 2019. Miro humidifiers were the best selling for two years in a row in South Korea. They were also chosen by “Mom’s Favorite” from various parenting forums. So how did we achieve this?

Miro humidifiers are all modular. This means that the humidifier can be taken apart with ease. All elements of the Miro humidifiers are waterproof and they can be cleaned like your used coffee mugs. Seriously, it’s that easy. Cleaning them would be so much easier than any other humidifier you have ever used.

Let’s say, hypothetically, your humidifier stopped creating mists. What do you do? If you were using another brand, you would have to buy a brand new unit and throw the old one out. This is not the case for Miro humidifiers. Since all of our humidifiers are modular, you can go ahead and just swap out the malfunctioning part and voila! You have a working humidifier again.

Miro humidifiers are much easier to clean, produce more mists, and cheaper to maintain than any other brands in the world. What are you waiting for?

Here are some articles that may be helpful to you:

  1. How should I wash my humidifier?
  2. Is the humidifier dishwasher safe?
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