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  • tommy b. 1 month ago
    today
  • Steven S. 1 month ago
    If it's humid you need the AC on. There is no other way around it. All of these tricks don't take the water out of the air and with a humid house = mold and a bad smell.

    Can have a dehumidifier but it makes the room hot. Better off dehumidifier in a basement not in a living area.
  • Peg R. 1 month ago
    Whoever wrote this does not live in a hot and humid southern state in the middle of the summer! I've had my AC to go out and while waiting to get it repaired, had the temp go over 100 degrees in my house! I do enjoy opening the windows and running ceiling fans in early spring and late fall though.
  • Barbara W. 1 month ago
    Are you bored?
  • tommy b. 1 year ago
    today
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