Dry indoor air, especially in the winter months, can lead to dry skin and sinuses — and even dry furniture and wood floors. Maintaining a proper level of humidity in your home is important for healthy living, and the easiest way to put moisture back into your home’s dry air is with a good cool- or warm-mist humidifier. But it’s important to disassemble and clean it regularly. Water is a breeding ground for mold and microbes. Wait too long in between cleanings, and you may end up breathing in some of that bacteria.

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