Why is my salt lamp sweating? Our salt lamp sweating is a normal phenomenon, because our salt lamp is a Himalayan salt lamp. Salt stones used in Himalayan salt lamps are hygroscopic and absorb moisture from the air. If you turn on the power of the salt lamp, the water in the salt lamp will evaporate, so it will not sweat when the salt lamp is turned on. But salt lamp is "salt" after all. Salt itself has the characteristic of adsorbing moisture. Salt lamp will melt and sweat. But it has nothing to do with time. It is related to humidity in the air. The bigger the moisture, the easier the salt lamp will sweat. Usually it can be lighted regularly. If it is not necessary to cover it with plastic bags for a long time, it can insulate the air. In this way, the salt lamp can be preserved for a longer time.
If we want to improve the service life of salt lamp, we need to pay attention to one thing: avoid immersing the lamp in water, and do not use any scrubbing products on the lamp. So if there's a problem with our lights starting to melt, try to keep them on. Heat will automatically disappear and water will gather on the lamp, which helps to reduce the melting and dripping process. If we don't want to keep it on for heating, we'd better put a plastic bag or other safety device on it to reduce moisture. In this way, a natural salt lamp of about 5 kilograms can be used for 10 years without any problem.