4 Easy Ways to Add Moisture to Your Indoor Air Without a Humidifier

When it’s cold outside and you’re heating your apartment, adding moisture to the air can be tough. We’ve collected a few tips to make humidifying your apartment easier for you.

bath How to Add Moisture to the Air in Your Apartment

  • One simple trick is to leave decorative bowls of water around the house. You’d be amazed just how much water evaporates in your home every day.
  • Instead of using a dryer for your clothes, use a drying rack and let them dry naturally. Not only will you conserve energy, but you’ll also humidify and fill your home with the scent of fresh laundry.
  • If you prefer baths over showers, consider leaving the bath water in the tub until it’s completely cooled. The warm water and large surface area will allow a lot of water to evaporate into the air. Just use caution if you have small children and don’t leave them unattended while standing water is present.
  • Cooking on the stovetop instead of baking in the oven helps keep your home humidified. Oven baking tends to dry out the air even more, especially at high temperatures.

Adding moisture to the air, particularly in the winter, keeps your Signature Pointe apartment more comfortable. For other great tips and ideas, stay in touch via our community blog and Facebook page.

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