Batteries operating at full capacity dry out the air in the room, and this makes it difficult for many to live. The skin and hair dry, there are unpleasant sensations in the nose and throat, and even wrinkles become larger. Not only we, our children and pets suffer, but also recently completed repairs, furniture and indoor plants. Luckily, there are a few easy ways to fix the problem of low humidity. Want to know which ones?
Move the clothes dryer to the room
Place a clothes dryer close to the radiator. It is better to hang the washed clothes before going to bed: things will be dry by morning, the room will not be so dry, and you will sleep better.
Place water containers on windowsills
Are there beautiful glass bowls or vases at home? Place them on the windowsills or near the radiators and pour water.
You can also add petals, mint or citrus peel to the bowl. Just do not forget to add water to the vessels in time, and also periodically rinse the containers.
Have you ever noticed that in winter you always want to cook something delicious? This not only cheers you up in the cold and dark season, but also increases the humidity of the air. Boil soups and compotes more often, put the kettle on the stove and wash the dishes. Well, if you want to not only moisten the house, but also make it fragrant, boil water in a large saucepan, add a few drops of essential oil or spices to it: cinnamon, herbs, citrus fruits, etc. Put the pot of water on the table or windowsill.
Use the bathroom
The easiest way to humidify the air is to leave the bathroom door open after you've showered or bathed. By the way, you can also not drain the hot water in the bath, but leave it for a while so that the water evaporates.
Record holders among indoor plants that not only humidify the air, but also ionize and purify it.
- sparmania (room linden);
And also Cyperus. It is considered a natural air humidifier, because. it releases between 500 ml - 2 liters of moisture daily. Cyperus loves water very much and gives it away with pleasure, if you remember to water it regularly and spray the leaves.
Ventilate and do wet cleaning
Regular wet cleaning will not only get rid of dust, but also humidify the air. Pay special attention to carpets and curtains. Wash and shake them often, use a spray bottle to dampen the curtains. Spray some water around the room to make breathing easier.
Place a decorative fountain
Now there are many good options that will not spoil the interior, but will work as well as a humidifier.