Natural Ways To Humidify Your House

Staying warm during winter means turning on the heat. But it can lead to a dry home! This causes dry skin, coughing, and annoying static cling. Even your allergies can get worse.

So whether you own a humidifier or not, try these seven ways to naturally humidify your home.

1. Cook A Meal

Using your stovetop will release moisture to the air. So why not just cook some food? Even putting on the tea kettle will help.

2. Buy Houseplants

Plants naturally add moisture to the air.

They do this by circulating water from the roots to the leaves. The plants will also add a cheery vibe to your home! Place them in groups for best results.

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