Humidifiers can help relieve sinus issues, dry throat, dry eyes, and chapped lips. They can also help relieve dry skin caused by psoriasis, thyroid disorders, topical medications, and cosmetics. Heaters used in wintertime can also lower the humidity level in the air, so having a humidifier is helpful.
You may not know that keeping a steady humidity level between 40% - 60% in your home is ideal. When your humidity is too low, or too high, you may unintentionally encourage bacteria, virus, mold, and dust mite growth! Sharp air purifiers automatically deliver the right humidity level based on your room’s temperature, so you never have to worry about setting it or turning it off!
The water tank for the built-in humidifier is easily removed from the side of the unit and can be filled at the sink with tap water. The rotating wick draws moisture from the water reservoir and releases it evenly into the airflow.
- ANTIMICROBIAL HUMIDIFICATION
When the humidifying function is not in use, the wick remains stationary and is suspended above the water level, allowing for the airflow to thoroughly dry the wick; thus preventing growth of mold and bacteria.
- WATER SUPPLY INDICATOR LIGHT When the water tank is low, an indicator light blinks on the control panel on top of the purifier.
Superfine mist leaves floors dry and surfaces residue-free.