Humidifiers Archive

Review: Vellgoo DryTank 3000 Dehumidifier for Home & Basements

Nobody wants to breathe damp, musty air. For one thing, it can make you feel sticky, and it’s uncomfortable to breathe. For another thing, it creates prime conditions for mold, mildew, and other nasty things. If that’s not enough, it means it takes longer for water in the environment to evaporate. If there’s condensation building up, it will eventually start dripping. But under certain conditions, …

Guide to the Best Mini Desktop Humidifiers for 2022

When it’s cold outside and your heat is running at full blast, you’ll start to feel dried out. That’s because of something called relative humidity. Basically, the warmer air is, the more moisture it can hold. When the air gets cooler, it can’t hold as much. That’s why it can get foggy when the temperature suddenly drops. All the moisture in the air has nowhere …

Review & Analysis: Afloia Mini (Gun Safe) Dehumidifier

When most people think about air quality, they’re thinking about the air quality in their whole home. Is it too humid? Is it too dry? Are there contaminants like pollen or mold that are causing breathing issues? These are all legitimate concerns, and there’s a good reason to take the answers to those questions seriously. But for many of us, air quality is also important …

TaoTronics 6L Ultrasonic Humidifier (Model TT-AH046) Review

Winter is coming, and with it, dry air. No matter where you live in the northern hemisphere, the hydrometer is going to start dropping soon. That means chapped lips, dry noses, and a general sluggish feeling. But a good humidifier can completely change the equation. You can keep your air at a steady, comfortable humidity that’s also better for your health. Of course, not all …

Levoit Dual 100 Cool Mist Humidifier Review

If you want to breathe easily in your home, proper humidity is essential. In some areas, where it’s warm and humid year-round, this happens naturally. But in dry areas, or areas with very cold winters, indoor air can be exceptionally dry. In dry areas, the reason for this is self-explanatory. In cold areas, it’s a bit more complicated. Cold air can’t hold as much moisture …