humidity


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Old 02-04-01, 04:00 PM
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We have had one of the coldest winters in Cincinnati in several years. The result is that my furnace has been working hard and long and my house is airtight and now I am being attacked by too much humidity and the mold monster. I have indoor houseplants that also contribute to the humidity level. I don't remember ever going through a winter when black mold has developed around my windows, one corner of a ceiling in a room and down around the baseboard. What is the best, inexpensive way to reduce the humidity and also what is the best thing to use to clean the mold off these areas.
 
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Old 02-04-01, 04:35 PM
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Don't know about the cleaning part, but you need to get a de-humidifier to keep the humidity levels alittle drier.
 
 

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