Heater Buying Guide
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It’s started to turn cold in weather. In addition to wearing enough warm clothes, it’s time to prepare an electric heater or fan heater for the winter. If you don’t have an electric heater or fan heater yet, or you want to buy one for your family, the following shopping guide of electric heater or fan heater, and tips for use and maintenance may help you.
Smart Shopping Tips for Heater :
- The heater is equipped with a blowing function, which can speed up the heat flow and increase the indoor temperature more evenly.
- Some heaters are equipped with a humidifying function, which can blow out moisture at regular intervals, and a heating device that combines heating and moisture in one, which helps to reduce the dry environment caused by the heater.
- Some electric heaters or air heaters are more waterproof and can be used in the bathroom, but you should avoid getting the electric heaters or air heaters wet during use.
- Electric heaters or heaters usually have an automatic power-off function to avoid excessive heating, which may cause burns or heat up debris and cause a fire.
Heater Use and Maintenance Tips：
- Electric heaters/heaters generally consume 2,500W or higher, and independent power supplies should be used.
- When in use, it should be placed in a safe place to prevent children, the elderly, and pets from touching the heating plate.
- There should be enough places next to the electric heater/heater to vent and dissipate heat to avoid obstruction by debris.
- When the electric heater/air heater is not in use, turn off the power completely.
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