How to Reduce the Humidity in Your Home Without a Dehumidifier

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The weather outside this time of year is truly frightful.
With many parts of the country experiencing uncomfortably high levels of humidity, you may have noticed the impact both outdoors and indoors. Sure, having the air conditioning on, or a dehumidifier running helps, but not everyone has access to those options.

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Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to reduce the humidity in your home without—or in addition to—a dehumidifier. Here are some strategies from the experts at Consumer Reports and the U.S. Department of Energy, courtesy of an article by Mary H.J. Farrell at Consumer Reports.

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