This thing takes care of itself. Which is great, because I didn't know I had to clean it at all.
Kills up to 99.9% of most common bacteria*
LED antimicrobial sanitizing light
Continuous sanitization prevents further microbial growth**
“Vyv's LED technology solves the biggest problem with humidifiers—keeping them clean.”
The Steamy Facts
Using Advanced LED Technology
Never stops cleaning.
Just like you.
Because no one else in your family has one.
No Dangerous UV Light
We're not putting that anywhere near your babies.
Always clean. Like you always thought it was.
Who cleans humidifiers? Not you. And now that’s totally safe, because the Stay Clean Humidifier stays cleaner longer. Inside, our patented, LED light technology prevents mold and mildew growth. And outside, there are no crevices to wipe, because if you’ve got kids, you already do enough of that. So say goodbye to your filthy filter humidifier, and say hello to the one thing in your house that takes care of itself.
Wave bye bye to bacteria.
Our Stay Clean humidifier kills bacteria - fast*. And we can thank healthcare leader, Vyv, for that. Their patented, LED technology is built in to every Stay Clean humidifier. See the science behind their innovative, antimicrobial light. It makes for a great bedtime story.
Here's the dirt on filter humidifiers.
We don't make them, because most people report mold on humidifier filters in just one month. Plus, bacteria colonies skyrocket from 1,000 to 100,000 in under two weeks. That's why we designed this humidifier with a continually sanitizing LED light**. You, and your little one, deserve to breathe easier.
1,000 colony forming units
*+99.9% of MRSA and E coli bacterial concentrations killed within 24hrs; growth of mold (Aspergillus) prevented (in laboratory-controlled studies with prolonged use).
** Sanitization will only function when unit is plugged in and LED lights are on 24/7. It is normal for all but 1 LED light to turn off when the tank is removed. Use distilled water for optimal performance.
***A Study by Environmental Health and Engineering (Environmental Health 2010, 9:55) shows that keeping indoor air at an RH level of 40%-60% can reduce the survival of flu viruses on surfaces and in the air compared to lower RH levels.