Slow cookers make trying new recipes a breeze. Just toss everything in, set it, and forget it. Although there are many different foods you can cook with a slow cooker, there are also quite a few unique non-food uses for slow cookers that are pretty mind-blowing.
One way you're probably not using your slow cooker is as a humidifier. It's a simple process and quick way to freshen up the air in your home, according to Reader's Digest's sister-site Family Handyman. Boiling or simmering the water adds moisture to the air since the liquid evaporates and steam or vapor release.
How to use a slow cooker as a humidifier:
Keeping your slow cooker, like this one, in your bedroom is one of the easy ways to fight dry winter skin. Humidifier benefits aren't only for the cold weather, either. They can reduce snoring, keep your skin and hair moist, and reduce allergy and asthma symptoms, according to Medical News Today. Thankfully, you don't have to go out of your way to buy one with this easy hack.
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