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Combat Dry Winter Air with 15 Tips and Tricks

Bob Vila Logo By Caitlin Castelaz of Bob Vila | Slide 1 of 15: If you've done your seasonal housework by weatherstripping your windows and doors, and closing up gaps and cracks in your siding, you'll be rewarded with energy efficiency and lower heating bills. The downside to a buttoned-up house, however, is that indoor air pollutants become trapped within the walls of your home. Banish them the easy way by switching on an air purifier. You can choose from a whole-house model or a portable model that can be plugged into an outlet wherever and whenever you need it.Related: The 50 Best Products for Surviving Winter

Run an Air Purifier

If you've done your seasonal housework by weatherstripping your windows and doors, and closing up gaps and cracks in your siding, you'll be rewarded with energy efficiency and lower heating bills. The downside to a buttoned-up house, however, is that indoor air pollutants become trapped within the walls of your home. Banish them the easy way by switching on an air purifier. You can choose from a whole-house model or a portable model that can be plugged into an outlet wherever and whenever you need it.

Related: The 50 Best Products for Surviving Winter

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