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How To Use Dehumidifier Efficiently02 Dec

Did you know that dehumidifiers help treat allergies and other respiratory problems? Because the most significant function of the dehumidifier is to remove moisture in the air, which can effectively inhibit the generation of mold, eliminate the musty smell, make the indoor air drier and fresh, and create a healthy and comfortable home for you and your family.

Use your dehumidifier correctly to get the most out of it. First, we should know how the dehumidifier works. Dehumidifier by inhaling moist air, condense it into the water in the machine, which is stored in a bucket or removed with a hose. Be aware that stored water is prone to bacteria and should be drained in time.

In most parts of the country, there are significant differences in indoor and outdoor humidity. To prevent outdoor moisture from affecting the interior, close the doors and windows when running the dehumidifier. In addition, you can place the dehumidifier where humidity is highest—for example, your basement and bathroom. And in terms of humidity setting, the ideal humidity is generally between 30% and 50%. Because when the air humidity is below 30%, it feels dry; When humidity is above 50 percent, it can feel very humid. It is terrible for anyone with respiratory problems. Humidity also needs to be adjusted seasonally. In summer, the weather is hot and humid, which is suitable for dehumidifier operation. In cold winter weather, the water collected by the dehumidifier can freeze and damage the equipment. And when the temperature is below freezing, consider using a charcoal desiccant dehumidifier.

A dehumidifier can protect us from moisture and mold. For better and more prolonged use of a dehumidifier, it needs to be maintained. It is essential to do drainage cleaning. When you need to drain:

  1. Empty the dehumidifier.
  2. Carefully pour water into the sink, and don’t spill it.
  3. Dry with a damp cloth after opening the water to prevent mildew.

In addition, to ensure that the dehumidifier can run efficiently, the whole unit is checked regularly, such as the air filter and exhaust grille, to check whether there is damage. If dust particles and debris are found, clean them with a vacuum cleaner and a brush.

Dehumidifiers can effectively solve your concerns about mold growth. It only needs to be run in a damp room for a few hours a day when used. If you have serious humidity problems, we recommend that you purchase a commercial dehumidifier. UNIPDRY’s commercial dehumidifiers effectively remove moisture from the air and are rugged.