When the air in your home becomes too dry, it’s time to pull out the humidifier but what if you don’t have one? Are there any other ways to add moisture to the air other than using a humidifier? Through personal experience I learned that low humidity levels can cause a wide range of problems from dry, cracked skin to respiratory infections, especially for someone who already suffers from respiratory problems.
That’s why I was very curious to find out if there are any alternatives to using a humidifier that really works. As it turns out, there are! In fact, I was a little surprised to learn that there are several ways to add moisture to the air in your home if you don’t have a humidifier. I was also very happy to learn that all of these options are both easy and inexpensive to do, so I would like to share them with you.
For example, the steam released from heating water in a teapot will raise the humidity in your home to a comfortable level.
Learn more ways to add moisture to your home without a humidifier at DIY Cozy Home.