If your home features any steam humidifiers that have been producing mildew stains on your walls or floors, you should educate yourself on how to get rid of them. Fortunately, any mildew stains produced by steam humidifiers can easily be removed with white wine vinegar and a little bit of elbow grease.
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The drying effects of home heating are constantly at work in the winter. For the sake of comfort and health, an indoor humidity level between 30 to 50 percent is recommended.
As outdoor temperatures drop, humidity levels indoors should be lowered. The humidity is right for you when the room feels "comfortable." Signs of low humidity... read more >>
Humidifiers that are used for maintaining optimal curing conditions for cement products usually have temperature humidity sensors in them. These sensors will monitor both the temperature and humidity levels in a room, and adjust them if necessary to aid in the curing process. The steps below outline an easy way to test these sensors.
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A basement dehumidifier is something that is very common in a lot of basements. They are pretty easily maintained, but just as with any other machine, they can run into problems.
One of the most common problems is the fact that it may start cycling too quickly, or in other words, have a short cycle. The steps below will walk you through... read more >>