1. Close the window in time
When the humid air strikes, remember to close the windows of your home tightly. The most important time to prevent moisture is in the morning and evening. The air humidity during this time period is relatively high. If the doors and windows are not closed in time, water vapor will penetrate into every corner of the house. In the afternoon or when the weather turns fine, all doors and windows can be opened to allow air to circulate.
2. Mopping the floor with hot salt water
Mopping the floor with hot salt water will dry the floor quickly and evaporate quickly. Moreover, the magnesium chloride and calcium chloride in the salt are very absorbent, they become small particles after drying on the floor, which can keep the floor dry for a longer time!
3. Lime absorbs moisture
Lime is a good and simple adsorbent. 1 kg of quicklime can absorb about 0.3 kg of moisture in the air. The quicklime can be wrapped in cloth or sack and placed in various places in the room to keep the indoor air dry.
4. Old newspapers, a universal artifact
The “artifact” of dehumidification is the first to use old newspapers. Paste old newspapers on the moist floor or glass. The floor or glass will soon dry out. Tucked in a closet or shoe can also dehumidify well, but remember to replace it in time.