Humidity is very important for your health especially if you have respiratory problems. During the winter months, low humidity at your home can become an issue. Humidity can lead to worsening allergies, dry skin, static electricity and increased susceptibility to colds and flu. Here are tips on how to increase the humidity at your home without needing to buy or running a humidifier.
#8 Get Houseplants
Transpiration is the procedure by which moisture evaporates from the leaves and stems of plants, adding much-needed moistness to the air in your home.
#7 Put Vases In Sunny Places
Keeping Vases filled with water in sunny places inside a home can help you very much. Placing water-filled vases on a sunny window will make the water to get evaporated adding the moisture in the air and increasing the humidity.
#6 Stovetop Cooking
Cooking food on a stove top is a good way to increase the humidity inside a home. Making morning tea in tea kettle releases more humidity in the air than making in a microwave.
#5 Leave The Door Open When Showering
Taking a hot, steamy shower can go a long way in increasing humidity in the air. One can also leave the water to cool off in water tub after a shower this also helps in increasing humidity. Turn to next page for a more useful tips.
#4 Open The Dishwasher After Last Rinse
Letting the dishes air dry instead of drying in the dishwasher this can be a good way to increase humidity.
#3 Dry Clothes On Drying Racks
Use a rack to dry clothes at room temperature instead of using a dryer. It may take longer than the usual but this way you can increase the humidity too. More useful tips to increase humidity await on the next page…
#2 Bowls Of Water On Heat Registers
Keeping a bowl of water on a heat register can be a more effective way to increase humidity inside a home. Place a metal or ceramic bowls full of water on heat registers or radiators to push humidity into the air.
#1 Vent your dryer inside the home
Vent Dryer is used to dry clothes, they simply suck air from the house into the dryer, heat it up with an electric element or gas burner, along with the moisture from your clothes. This way you can increase the humidity.