It’s no secret that low humidity levels in the home can affect your body (chapped lips, dry, itchy skin and eyes and scratchy throat). But did you know that it can affect your home too?
The designers of Honeywell humidifiers and Dr. Ted Myatt, an indoor air scientist, have released new research on how everyday household objects suffer under low humidity conditions. You may be surprised by items on the list: wood furniture, artwork, and even wine!
See the list of Top 10 Household Items Impacted by Low Humidity Levels.
A humidifier, like the new Honeywell Top Fill Console Humidifier, is one option for protecting items around the home as it releases soothing, invisible moisture into the room. Features include two removable, top-fill and break-resistant water tanks that can either be filled at the humidifier with a pitcher, or carried to the sink or tub to fill. And it’s designed for use in multiple rooms and living spaces. It’s also equipped with a refill light and “humidity reached” indicator.
For more information on these and other top quality Honeywell Humidifiers, please visit: www.HoneywellPluggedIn.com/humidifiers
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