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If your air in the room feels heavy, your windows are foggy and, your skin feels damp then there is a high possibility that there is too much moisture in your house. For optimum comfort, the humidity level should stay between 35-50%. But when it goes above 70%, you will feel hotter and some may experience sleep problems. That’s why excess humidity is bad for our health and home. Here are a few simple ways to lower humidity at home

 

Top 7 Ways to Decrease Humidity Level

1. Grow Plants that Absorbs Humidity

Some plants like Peace Lilly or Reed Palm absorb moisture and these plants can be grown inside of your house. By having these plants, you are saving your money, decreasing humidity level, and energy consumption. Also, you are removing carbon dioxide from the environment. To reduce global warming, growing these plants can be a smaller step to achieve that big goal.

 

2. Take Short Showers

We like taking long showers but it has some consequences. First of all, by taking long showers, we waste a lot of water. Then, long showers help to increase moisture in your house. As a result, the humidity level goes up. But by taking short showers, you can decrease the amount of moisture in the air. Also, it will save your money on water bills.

 

3. Cover Your Houseplant Soil

Houseplants add aesthetics to your rooms. It also increases the air quality in your room. But sometimes those houseplants can be the root cause behind excessive humidity. So, coat the soil of the houseplant with rocks. It will prevent the water from spreading from the soil to your room’s air. Thus, you can decrease the humidity level in your house.

 

4. Ventilation

Good ventilation will do magic when you are trying to reduce the humidity level in your house. You should install a fan so that the air can easily pass from your bathroom and the kitchen to outside. Also, you can keep the windows open while taking the shower. It will allow the moisture to spread out of your home to the outside.

 

5. Use a Kitty Litter Bowl

You can reduce moisture in your room by placing a bowl of kitty litter also known as calcium chloride. Kitty litter will absorb the moisture of your room’s air. Thus, it will decrease the humidity level. But make sure to change the kitty litter every 2 weeks.

 

6. Dry your Clothes Outside

Many parts of the US get an average of 5 to 8 months to line dry outdoor. It can benefit you in many ways. As you will not be drying clothes inside your house, the water from your clothes will not evaporate into your room’s air and increase the humidity level. Also, you don’t need to use a dryer for that period. It will save your electric bill. Again, drying in the direct sun is good as it is one form of sterilization.

 

7. Don’t Boil Water on Hot Summer Days

Boiled water produces steam and the steam gets absorbed in the air of your house. Again, when the temperature is hot outside, obviously the humidity level will be high. So, some of the outside humidity will get into your house even you take all the steps to stop that. That’s why it is recommended that you shouldn’t boil water when the outside humidity is too high. If you do so, it will make your home unlivable. If you really need to boil the water, wait for the temperature to drop. But you can use this method of boiling water, especially in winter, when the humidity level drops very low.

 

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7 Ways To Lower The Humidity Level
7 Ways To Lower The Humidity Level

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