This post is in collaboration with Dyson. All opinions are my own.
Last year around this time, Brad and I were knee deep getting our nursery ready thinking that our baby was imminent. Here we are a year later and while it is still possible that our baby arriving is imminent, our nursery preparation has slowed a bit (partially because we are pretty much done).
One thing that I was still needing for the nursery was a humidifier. Our house gets super dry (especially during the winter), I looked at our thermostat one day and it said that the humidity was 27% which is well below the comfort level of 40-60%. I want to make sure that our nursery is at an ideal humidity so that our future baby can be as comfortable as possible while in their room.
Without a doubt, the Dyson humidifier was at the top of my wishlist to complete the task of making our nursery nice and comfy for our future child. I know that Dyson makes quality products which will last and be safe for the nursery. In addition to evenly filling the room with moisture, the Dyson humidifier cleans the water as it disperses. The air that the humidifier disperses is 99.9% bacteria free!
The Dyson humidifier is also super quiet, we have been testing it out in the living room over the past few days and at times I’ve had to look closely for the fine mist in order to tell if it was running because it is nearly silent. With the sleep timer, and up to 18 hours of continuous use, the humidifier can keep the room comfortable throughout the night to make sleeping easier.
Since both Air Conditioning and Heaters can decrease the humidity of a room I know that this humidifier will be running year round to keep the nursery nice and comfy. However, if the room is at ideal humidity during the summer, the Dyson humidifier serves a dual purpose because it can also be a high velocity fan to keep the room nice and cool.