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6 Ways to Dehumidify Your Home

Keep energy costs low and maintain your precious furniture pieces with these tips

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Moisture in the air causes humidity which then leads to damaged furniture, peeling paint, and high electricity bills. Aside from these negative effects, it also causes mold, mildew and other allergic reactions.

This summer, the home is warmer than usual because of too much humidity. With a couple of adjustments and easy practices, you can dehumidify your space. Let the tips below guide you.

Photos by Bethany Nauert via Apartment Therapy.

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