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The simplest, cheapest thing to do is to intercept that moisture at the source: remove the bulk of it from the vehicles outdoors. I use a floor squeegee to push the snow off of my vehicles (This is its exclusive use so that I don't have to worry about it picking up debris that could scratch a vehicle's paint.) It's usually not too difficult to kick away the ...


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You want a dehumidifier unless you don't pay for heat. You don't want humidity over 60% as dust mites, mold, fungus, virus and bacteria all multiply quicker. A dehumidifier will take water out of the air and the waste product is heat. If you dump the water down the drain before it heats to room temp you gain additional heat.


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Depends where the house is located/ how much it is heated. In IL, enough winter heat will be put in so that humidity will not be high. On the Gulf coast, with less heating and no dryer, an exhaust fan could be helpful. In the Houston area, with a gas dryer , we have no humidity build-up.


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Check into your local laws, venting a dryer into a living area is illegal in many areas. I am not giving advice just a suggestion. If it is your home and the dryer is close to an outside wall it is very easy to install a vent with a damper to prevent outside air from ingressing into your laundry area. If it is not your home talk to the landlord. If it is a ...


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