How do I Naturally Humidify my Home?


An inexpensive, easy way to humidify your house is by simmering a pot of water on the stove. You can add dried herbs or flower petals to the simmering water to add a lovely touch of fragrance to your home, too. As the water evaporates, continue to add more water if you'd like. You can find out more information here:
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