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The accumulation of humidity in the home is an evil that, unfortunately, we often have to face. Not all flats or houses enjoy an ideal orientation or adequate light and ventilation conditions, so it is very common to find homes with a marked tendency to accumulate humidity in the environment. In addition to causing bad odors, this excess humidity can be very harmful to health, as it encourages the multiplication of bacteria and the appearance of fungi or mold. The latter can be especially dangerous for people with respiratory conditions or problems and, also, fungi can act as an aggravating factor for allergies. However, a natural problem can also be fought with a natural solution: dehumidifying plants. They can be excellent allies in the fight against humidity at home, beautifying our home and improving its conditions.

Painting a garage door in the best possible way is not just a purely aesthetic solution: it is also an action that must be performed at least once or twice to ensure greater reliability and durability to the same structure, often put to the test by the action of atmospheric agents, such as cold, frost, rain or excessive heat. In this guide, we want to show you how to paint a garage door and do a perfect job from all points of view.

Currently, in homes, the garage often acts as a garage and as a storage room. It is possible to see boxes full of objects that are not often used and household appliances that do not work between its walls. Sometimes even the tools useful for DIY are stored. By reading this tutorial, you can have some tips and correct information on how to organize a messy garage.

The traditional solution of drilling the walls to hang pictures is increasingly obsolete, and not because we have lost the desire to decorate, but because making holes in the walls is increasingly a disadvantage. Today, our business and home are most likely not owned by us, so the landlord may not allow holes to be drilled or we may not want to leave marks that we have to fix later.

Cleaning window blinds is rather unpleasant housework, but it requires constancy to be concerned with their longevity. An aspect that should not be underestimated is the material from which the blinds are made. Not all of them can be cleaned with the same product! When I read the hasty advice of many blogs that dismiss cleaning with "wash with vinegar", "use baking soda", I realize that the web is flooded with inexperienced people. If you type "how to clean blinds," you should know that there is no universal product for any type of blind.