How To Add Humidity To A House Without A Humidifier

As winter gets closer, you can feel the change in the air. Because of that, you can also feel the coldness seeping in. It is also for this matter that you will know that the air is getting drier even if you have your place heated up, and you will need to resolve that. The reason for that is because dry air will have an effect on your belongings and with you. It not good with your appearance but also with your health. For that reason, you will need something to increase humidity in your home.

The easiest way to do it is to purchase a humidifier that is readily available. But you can also save some money and have these alternative solutions instead.

1. Air Dry Your Clothes

It does not matter where you will do this. You can have a drying rack to make it look nicer. But you can also just have those in a chair or hanger or any space you have in your house. The moisture that evaporates from the clothes as it dries will help with humidity. It will also help you to save energy because you do not need to use your dryer. 

2. Cook with Your Stove

Another thing that is will be dual in purpose is cooking particularly with your stove. Whatever will be, whether it be something of a big meal or just a soup or even just heating water for coffee or tea, it is a factor. Not only you will have your meals ready, but the process of it will help with the moisture of the air. In addition, it will also help warm up your home. Like with drying clothes, this will also help you save up energy because it will avoid you using a microwave to heat or cook something.

3. Add Plants

It is simple science. The leaves and stems will evaporate their moisture in a process called transpiration. This process will add humidity to your home. Because of this, it will be really helpful to have some household plants around your home, and all you need to do is to water them, so more moisture will be released. Add to that, it also has other benefits such as adding color and life around your home. Like plants outdoors, it will also help purify the air inside of your home.

4. Bathtub and Shower Steam

The water when you shower and take a bath to give off steam. You can definitely make use of that. All you need to do is leave your door open as you take a shower to let the steam out of the bathroom and have it around the house. If you are taking a bath, make sure to not drain the water right away. Keep the door open as it cools and have that warm steam spread around your home (just be more careful if you have small children or pets in your home). 

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