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Although it helps, you don't actually need a humidifier to increase the moisture content of the air in your home. You can always humidify the DIY way by leaving out saucers of water. Better yet is to position those saucers near heat sources—radiators, for instance, or forced-air vents. The heat hastens evaporation, creating more humidity more quickly.
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