Wow, can you believe only 3 more weeks until my sweet baby is here?! In the meantime we’re getting everything ready and prepared. One of the main things off our checklist is a humidifier. When we went to our pediatrician interview he highly recommended getting one. We absolutely love the Crane Drop Humidifier for our sweet baby. The Crane Drop Humidifier has a cool mist, which was recommended by our doctor. If Mikaylee ever has a cold or little cough I know that I can just put this in her room and she’ll have relief throughout the night. It relieves cough, cold, and flu symptoms, including nasal congestion, dry cough, sinus irritation, nose bleeds, and dry skin.
I must confess that since I reviewed this I have been using it every day for myself and plan to get one for my own bedroom. During my third trimester I was getting a bloody nose almost daily due to the dryness from our A/C, humidity, and my seasonal allergies. Since using this I haven’t had anymore of those symptoms.
See it in action!
I love that it’s quiet. I’m a light sleeper and even if I hear a soft noise I can’t sleep, so I can rest easy that this won’t disturb baby while she’s sleeping. It has a 0.9 gallon water tank and will last up to 24 hours. Another cool feature is the 360˚ mist nozzle. I can put the mist in any direction without moving the unit. It’s suitable for rooms 250 square feet in size. It also features an autoshutoff saftey sensor and uses less energy than a standard household light bulb!
While the drop humidifier doesn’t require a filter, it’s recommended to use filtered or distilled water to prevent white dust if you have hard water. I actually prefer using distilled for Mikaylee since it’s going into the air she’s breathing in. To use the humidifier just pour water into the water basin, close, and place onto the base. Plug it in and choose your desired mist setting – it’s that easy! It’s important to clean your humidifier regularly. Always let your unit dry completely before storing. Crane recommends emptying the water basin daily and making sure you also empty the base. To disinfect your tank weekly just make a solution of white vinegar and water and let it sit for 30 minutes before rinsing.
Disclosure: I was sent the above item for review, but was not compensated otherwise. All opinions expressed are my own. Post contains affiliate link.