Humidifiers add moisture to indoor air, relieving congestion from the common cold and flu and soothing scratchy throats, dry skin and eyes, and irritated sinuses. Perfect for babies, adults, and everyone in between, a humidifier’s additional moisture thins the mucus in the sinuses, making it easier to breathe. (And we know that when it comes down to your family’s health, you’re all about breathing easy.)
First, make sure the tank is filled with water, and then turn the control dial all the way up to activate mist. Then adjust the dial down to the proper mist output.
We pride ourselves on being whisper quiet despite some of our loud, fun designs. The humidifier’s fan whirs quietly as it disperses a soothing mist into your noticeably comfortable living space.
Whether you decide to put your Adorable front and centre or be more discreet, it should never be on a water-sensitive surface or on a carpet or towel to avoid damage to the humidifier and your home. Instead, place it on a flat, water-safe surface at least three feet off the ground for maximum evaporation.
Your Adorable Humidifier is working a little too hard. Select a lighter mist setting to lower the room’s humidity and, as always, keep the door open a crack. You still get the humidifier’s benefits, but with crystal clear windows.
Water. And water only. Anything else may actually cause damage, and no one wants that.
Chances are that the tap water you’re using has too many minerals. When the Adorable gets to work, its ultrasonic process breaks up those minerals, creating a fine, white dust. To bust the dust, we recommend using distilled water, filtered water, or a Crane Demineralization Filter.
An ultrasonic humidifier works similarly to a stereo speaker while staying whisper quiet. A nebuliser vibrates at an ultrasonic frequency to create a mist that easily dissipates into the air rather than droplets that fall to the ground. Ultrasonic humidifiers are highly effective, but because of the vibrations, you may notice a fine white dust collecting from the high-mineral water. If so, try a Crane Demineralization Filter.
No. We’re all about simple, clean design, so our humidifiers work perfectly without a filter. One might be necessary if you notice a fine dust collecting near your Adorable, but you can switch to distilled or filtered water to lower the dust building mineral content. Crane Demineralization Filters help remove excess minerals, reducing the white dust so your air (and your home) stays clean.
It’s simple. Regular cleaning will keep your humidifier running smoother, longer. We recommend emptying the water tank and basin daily and disinfecting them at least once a week. Read the Use & Care manual for further instructions.
Because our humidifiers are built for all different environments, it’s possible that the setting is simply too high for your space. Try adjusting the setting so you can see the mist going up into the air, not down onto the surface. If that doesn’t work, be sure the rubber ring inside the water tank is secure. And if you move your humidifier often, always have a towel on hand and move the tank and basin separately.
Sometimes during shipping, the water level sensor float and cap may detach from the humidifier base. This can be fixed very simply! The water level sensor float looks like a large white washer and the cap looks like a small plastic lid with a paperclip going through the top of it. Just place the water level sensor float onto the tall, thin peg towards the left side of the humidifier base. The cap can then be snapped in place atop that same peg.
First thing first—empty some water from the water basin. Too much water may prevent the humidifier from misting properly. And while you’re checking the water basin, make sure there aren’t any foreign objects in it. If the humidifier is not on a flat, waterproof service, it’s possible that fibres from a carpet or towel have blocked the vent. If all else fails, check your Use & Care Manual or contact Customer Service.
All of our humidifiers are made with the following plastics: ABS, SAN, and PP. The chemicals Bisphenol-A and Phthalate are not used in the manufacturing process.
Clean and dry the humidifier completely, then remove the water tank cap and your Demineralization Filter, if you have one. For detailed instructions, see the Use & Care Manual.
The tank and the mist lid are 100% plastic and can be recycled in a regular plastic recycling stream. The humidifier base has electrical components and should be dropped off at an E-Waste recycling centre. Find an E-Waste site near you.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that on average, indoor air is two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. Air purifiers are designed to eliminate impurities in the air (even impurities that are so microscopic they are invisible to the eye.)
Of course, you don’t have to suffer from allergies to experience the benefits of an air purifier. Personal air purifiers can filter dust, dirt, and viruses, protecting you from harmful airborne particles while keeping your home clean so you don’t have to dust as frequently. So you stay healthy and your home stays beautiful.
If you suffer from allergies (especially dust), the best place is your bedroom. If you have pets, place your Adorable Air Purifier in the room where they spend most of their time. No matter which room, make sure it is a few feet away from the walls for maximum airflow.
We suggest every 3-6 months, but it really depends on your usage and the quality of your air. Check your filter periodically to see if the filter needs to be replaced. For more information, please read the Use & Care manual.
Unlatched the door on the back of the air purifier. Then pull the white ribbon tabs on the HEPA filter to remove the filter set. Please make sure when you replace the filter set the filter door is securely closed and on a flat level surface. If the door is not closed properly the air purifier will not operate.
The germicidal ultraviolet light prevents germs from growing in the HEPA filter and kills viruses, bacteria, and other airborne pollutants. The natural ultraviolet light eliminates these pathogens by breaking down their DNA structures and deactivating their reproductive capabilities. So germs and allergens quickly die and the purifier sends clean air into your home.
Very carefully. Oil from your fingers will reduce the germicidal performance of the UV light, so always use gloves or touch only the light’s metal area. Open the filter set door, remove the filter by pulling on the white ribbon tabs, and gently remove the UV light. Read your Use & Care manual for further instructions.
It’s simple. The dust particle filter can be rinsed lightly under tap water then placed back once it is completely dry. Never place any part of the purifier in the dishwasher. Read your Use & Care manual for further instructions.