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How to Deal With Indoor Humidity Naturally


How to Deal With Indoor Humidity Naturally

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You may have heard the comment “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity.” It’s very true. Hot dry heat is much easier to tolerate than hot and humid climates. If you have high humidity it just feels hotter (heat index) and it’s often more difficult for some people to breath.


In this article, Debra also explains some of the bad effects humidity can have on your home: mildew, rusting, problems with wooden doors and windows. She then provides some excellent suggestions on how to remove humidity from your home. Here are just a couple, There are more in the full article.

  • Cover the exposed soil for your indoor houseplants. Any water you give them will evaporate if you don’t cover the soil. That will increase the humidity in your home.
  • Use fans to move the air and help moisture to evaporate.

Debra also explains how to make a small humidifier that will help you to remove the moisture from your home!

Click on the How to Deal With Indoor Humidity Naturally link below to read this helpful article.


How to Deal With Indoor Humidity Naturally




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