• An automatic mister from Mossify surrounded by tropical, humid-loving plants.
  • An automatic mister from Mossify provides humidity.

Mossify Mistr

Regular price


The Mossify Mistr boosts humidity around your plants through its automatic + continuous misting feature. Producing ultra-fine water droplets, it covers greater leaf surface area with the push of a button and makes caring for your tropical plants a breeze. 


Arriving to you in careful packaging:

  • One automatic, rechargeable water mister (750ml)
  • 1 Micro USB charging wire
  • Instruction Manual


  1. Fully charge the battery before the 1st use (4 lights on top)
  2. Add non-tap, room temperature water
  3. Hold Power Button for 3 seconds to turn on
  4. Spray the leaves of your humidity-loving plants
  5. Hold Power Button for 3 seconds to turn off

Safety Notes: Please do not power on the mistr while empty or while charging. Do not submerge in water, turn upside down once filled with water, or place near heat/fire.


How much water does the mistr hold?

It holds 750ml of water - about 3 cups. 

How long does it take to charge?

A depleted battery can charge to 100% in 3 hours or less. To charge the 2000mAh battery, connect the included USB cord to a wall plug or into a computer with a USB port.

How often should the mistr be cleaned?

Please wash your mistr once per week with a thorough rinse + wipe or with mild soap. 

Can I set my mistr down and leave it on?

The mistr will automatically turn itself off if not powered down.

What material is it made of?

The mistr is 11.2” tall and made of non-toxic ABS plastic. 

What else can I do with my mistr? 

The use of liquids other than water is not recommended, though, there are some DIY misting recipes your plants will appreciate on occasion!

  • For Cleaning + Insecticidal Use: add 1-2 drops of Castile Soap 
  • Extra Strength Insecticide: add 1-2 drops of Neem Oil + 1-2 drops of Castile Soap

Which plants need extra humidity?

Indoor air is notoriously dry for tropical plants, especially when we use air conditioning or heat sources. Plants from tropical regions will do best under extra humidity, while cacti and succulents will do well in dry air. Our Resource Page features plant-specific care guides where you can learn more about the unique needs of your plants!