It is important to clean your humidifier regularly to prevent the buildup of mold, bacteria, and mineral deposits, which can negatively impact the quality of the air that the humidifier produces.
As a general guideline, you should clean your humidifier at least once a week if you use it daily.
Cleaning method for atomizer:
1. Inject 10ml of vinegar on the surface of the atomizer (add or reduce vinegar according to the scaling status) and immerse the atomizer( black ring) for 2-5 mins.
2. Scrub the surface of the atomizer with a toothbrush gently until the scale is removed.
3. Wash the surface of the atomizer with clear water.
Cleaning method for water tank:
1. Pick up the mist outlet cover and push the fastener at its back to open the mist outlet cover and top cover. Disconnect the filter in water tank (press and pull up the springs at both sides of the filter). Lift up the water tank and remove the water cover subassembly by turning it counterclockwise.
2. Rinse the detached components under tap water. After cleaning, reassemble the components in reverse order. The water cover subassembly must be installed in place.
3. Add a small amount of vinegar or 5~10 drops of cleaning solution into the water tank. Then fill 1/4 of the water tank with water. Leave it for 5~10min and then use a brush to clean the water tank.
Cleaning method for water channel:
1. Disconnect the float plate to clean. Then put it back.
2. If the water channel has water deposits, wipe it with a soft cloth damped with a little vinegar and then rinse it with clean water.
Cleaning the fragrance box
1. Take out the fragrance sponge and clean it with water. Then leave it to dry.
2. Clean the fragrance box with water and then leave it to dry. Put the dry fragrance sponge back into the box and then replace the fragrance box.
We highly recommend using a soft-bristled brush or toothbrush to scrub away any buildup or debris on the small parts. Be gentle and thorough, paying close attention to hard-to-reach areas. Make sure to rinse them well to avoid any residue that can harm the humidifier.
Here are some of the most common reasons why Huron may blink red:
Low water level: Since Huron has a sensor that detects the water level in the tank, if the water level is too low, the humidifier may blink red to indicate that it needs to be refilled.
Dirty or clogged parts: As a general guideline, you should clean your humidifier at least once a week if you use it daily. If the components of the humidifier become dirty or clogged over time, it can cause the device to malfunction and blink red.
Sensor malfunction: Sometimes, the sensor that detects the water level or other parameters in the humidifier may malfunction, causing the device to blink red. In this case, turn the humidifier off, press the power button 3 times and check if the issue has been resolved.
Electrical issue: If the power cord has been damaged during use, please contact customer support to receive a replacement and avoid using humidifier until new cord or base is received.
The run time of a Huron ranges from 8 up to 50 hours depending on the model of humidifier (2, 4 or 6 l), the size of the room and the initial humidity level. If the room the humidifier is placed in, has low humidity level, the water gets consumed faster as the smart mode feature adjusts the mist level according to the surrounding humidity and puts it on a high mode which increases the mist pressure and then gradually decreases as the humidity rises.
It is certainly worth mentioning that if the room is very dry, it would approximately take 2 days to start noticing a change in humidity as this is how long it takes for the objects to absorb the mist and be fully humidified, hence, we strongly suggest having the unit on 8 hours per day for 2 days at first.
To make sure the humidifier is always at its peak we also recommend using distilled water and placing the unit on a flat surface 2-4 feet above the ground to mix with the air otherwise the humidity might not be as satisfactory.
We highly recommend using distilled water because it contains fewer minerals and impurities than tap water. Using distilled water can help prevent the buildup of mineral deposits and extend the life of your humidifier.
White dust is a common problem associated with using a humidifier, especially if you are using tap water or hard water with high mineral content. The white dust is actually mineral deposits left behind after the water evaporates. Here are some ways to deal with white dust from your humidifier:
Use distilled water: As mentioned earlier, using distilled water instead of tap water can help reduce the amount of mineral buildup and prevent white dust.
Use demineralization cartridges that can remove minerals from the water before it is released into the air.
Clean your humidifier regularly: Regular cleaning can help prevent the buildup of mineral deposits and reduce the amount of white dust. Refer to the manual instructions for how often to clean your humidifier and how to do it properly.
In the Smart Mode, the humidifier can automatically control the mist volume and stop/resume humidification. This feature can help optimize the performance of the humidifier and make it more efficient by ensuring that it operates only when needed.
Smart Mode automatically adjusts the mist level to maintain 40-60% relative humidity. The humidifier will stop misting when the highest target humidity level 65% is reached. If the humidity drops below the target humidity level, the humidifier will begin misting again.
The placement of a humidifier can have a significant impact on its performance and effectiveness. Here are some general guidelines to follow when deciding where to place Huronr:
Choose a central location: To achieve the best distribution of moisture, place your humidifier in a central location in the room, away from walls and furniture. This will allow the moisture to circulate evenly throughout the room.
Keep it elevated: Place the humidifier on a raised surface such as a table or shelf to allow the moisture to disperse more effectively. This can also help prevent water damage to flooring or furniture.
Keep it away from heat sources: Avoid placing the humidifier near heat sources such as radiators, stoves, or heaters, as this can cause the water to evaporate too quickly and reduce the humidifier's effectiveness.
Keep it away from electronics: Do not place the humidifier near electronics, such as televisions or computers, as the moisture can damage them.
Consider the size of the room: Choose a humidifier with an appropriate output capacity for the size of the room you want to humidify. A larger room may require a larger humidifier or multiple smaller ones placed strategically throughout the space.
Leakage can be caused by several reasons, including:
Overfilling: If you fill the water tank beyond the maximum fill line, the excess water can leak out of the humidifier.
Faulty seals: If the humidifier has been dropped or damaged, this can also cause the seals to become misaligned or damaged.
Clogged filters: If the filter in your humidifier becomes clogged with mineral buildup or other debris, this can cause the water to back up and leak out of the humidifier.
Improper assembly: If the humidifier is not assembled correctly according to the manual, this can cause leaks. Make sure all parts are securely in place and tightened properly.
Cracks or damage to the water tank: If the water tank of the humidifier is cracked or damaged, this can cause leaks.
To prevent leaks, always follow the manufacturer's instructions for filling the water tank and assembling the humidifier. Regular cleaning and maintenance can also help prevent clogs and damage to the humidifier. If you notice any leaks, stop using the humidifier and check for the cause of the problem. If the problem persists, please contact customer support and don’t use humidifier until it will be replaced.
If your humidifier has stopped working, here are some troubleshooting steps you can take:
Check the power source: Make sure the humidifier is plugged in and the power outlet is functioning properly. You can also try plugging the humidifier into a different outlet or turn off the humidifier and press the power button 3 times.
Check the water level: Ensure that there is enough water in the humidifier tank. If the tank is empty, fill it with distilled water and try turning the humidifier on again.
Check for clogs: If the humidifier is not producing mist or is producing very little mist, check the filter and other parts for mineral buildup or other debris that may be causing a clog.
If these steps do not solve the problem, contact customer support for assistance.
Humidifiers can develop mold because they create a warm, moist environment that is conducive to the growth of mold and other microorganisms. If the water in the humidifier is not changed frequently or if the humidifier is not cleaned regularly, mold can grow in the tank or on the humidifier's internal components.
To fix mold in a humidifier, you should follow these steps:
Unplug the humidifier and remove the tank. Discard any remaining water in the tank and rinse it out with clean water.
Clean the humidifier according to the manual instructions. Use a soft-bristled brush or sponge to scrub the tank and any other removable components of the humidifier with the vinegar solution.
Rinse the tank and components thoroughly with clean water and let them air dry.
Wipe down the exterior of the humidifier with a damp cloth.
Repeat this cleaning process at least once a week to prevent mold from returning.
In addition to regular cleaning, you can prevent mold from growing in your humidifier by using distilled water instead of tap water. Distilled water is free of minerals and other impurities that can encourage mold growth. You should also empty and dry the humidifier completely when you are not using it, as mold can grow in stagnant water.
1. Use a soft cloth to clean the humidifier; don't use petrol or other organic solvents. Do not put the whole humidifier into the water.
2. After using it for 30 times or 30 days, please clean it accordingly: turn it off and pull out the power cord. Remove the engine part and remove the cotton bar cover, placing it in a dry, ventilated place. Use a soft brush to clean the water absorption hole.
3. Clean the humidifier's surface with a soft cloth and pack it in the box, and then put it in a dry place.
To replace the cotton bar, turn the main engine anticlockwise. Turn the cotton bar cover anticlockwise, and it will open out. Then take out the cotton bar to replace it. After putting in a new one ( previously soaked in water for 2 minutes) please assemble it.
Heating Pad XL
The heating pad shuts off automatically after 2 hours. The auto shut-off feature is a safety measure that helps to prevent the heating pad from causing harm to the user or the surrounding environment.
To use moist heat option:
1. Gently dab/pat one side of the Pad with a wet sponge/cloth or use a spray bottle to apply a fine mist.
2. Make sure the Control Connector or Pad Connector is not sprayed or dampened.
3. Place the moistened side of the Pad on top of the body.
4. Turn the product off by pressing the On/Off Button and unplug it when it is not in use.
Disconnect the power cord from the electrical outlet.
Make sure the Pad Connector is disconnected from the Control Connector by pressing the tabs on the sides of the Control Connector while pulling the connectors apart.
Machine or hand wash the heating pad using a mild detergent,cool water, and a gentle/delicate cycle.
Make sure the product is completely dry before the next use.
When using heating pad, always follow these basic safety precautions:
- do not sit on the heating pad
- do not use it under the body to avoid burns or product malfunctioning
- do not use while sleeping
- do not fold or pull the cord
Instead of using a heating pad under the body, it is recommended to use it on top of the body, with a layer of clothing or a towel between the skin and the heating pad. This helps to prevent direct contact between the heating pad and the skin, and allows air to circulate around the skin to prevent dehydration and overheating.
Check the power source: Make sure the heating pad is properly plugged into an outlet.
Check the controller: Make sure it is properly connected to the pad and that the cord is not damaged.
Check the heating element: If the heating pad has been damaged or the heating element has failed ( it can be caused by using the heating pad under the body or not according to the manual instructions), this can cause the product malfunctioning. In this case, the heating pad may need to be replaced. In this case, do not use the heating pad until it will be replaced.
Millets, Lavender 100% polyester
Please make sure that the Magma Wrap and storage bag are clean and dry before heating them in the microwave. Place the Magma Wrap inside the storage bag and then onto a clean, dry plate. Make sure that the storage bag with the Magma Wrap inside is folded so that no part touches the sides of the microwave.
Microwave for 1 minute and 30 seconds (1:30). Please flip the unit over after 45 seconds (0:45) and continue heating the remaining time.
Heating time frames are based on a 1000W microwave. Please adjust according to your microwave wattage.
Before use, please carefully check the temperature of the Magma Wrap. If not warm enough, microwave again for 30 seconds.
Never exceed a total heating time of 3 minutes.
Heating Pad Vista
Millets, Flax seeds, Clay beads, Lavender.100% Polyester
Please, make sure that the Vista Pad is clean and dry before heating it in the microwave. Place the Vista pad onto a clean, dry plate. The Vista pad should be folded so that no parts touch the sides of the microwave. Put the Vista Heating Pad on a clean plate and in the center of the microwave.
Please make sure that the microwave is thoroughly cleaned. Microwave for 45 seconds (0:45). Turn the pad over and continue heating for another 45 seconds (0:45).
Heating time frames are based on a 1000W microwave. Please adjust according to your microwave's power.
Before use, carefully check the temperature of the Vista pad. If not warm enough, microwave again for 30 seconds.
Never exceed a total heating time of 3 minutes.
If it is too hot, allow time for the Vista heating pad to cool down.
Shake the product to distribute its contents evenly before carefully placing it.
Your Vista pad is now ready to wear! Expect 20 minutes of warm muscle relaxation.
Place in the microwave for 1 minute and 30 seconds (1.30). 45 seconds (0:45) on each side.
- Please do not wash or wet the pad.
- You can only clean the visible spots or stains by hand.
- Do not subject the Vista pad to any dry cleaning, wet cleaning, or hand-washing.
Electric spin scrubber
Do not submerge electric spin scrubber, or shower it in the water. Only the brush head can be soaked in the water.
Do not place the battery in water or other liquid, since there is a risk of electric shock.
Pressing the brush head too hard will automatically trigger the safety stop, if done repeatedly, it may damage the product. The maximum applied force to the spin scrubber is about 40 lbs.
- Clean only with a soft cloth.
- Only use a mild detergent to clean the unit and do not use alcohol-based or abrasive cleaners.
- Let unit dry by separating all parts before the next use.