Monsoon is probably the only season that brings with it joy, the smell of wet mud and pakora-chai breaks for you. Also, the impending moisture-filled doom for your home. It goes through a lot when rains lash out. Go through this list to keep it going strong.
When It Rains Trouble: Prepare Your Home For The Monsoon With These Products
Hold The Mould
Mould can seep into your walls, floor nooks and even clothes. To prevent the built of this slimy, disgusting element, you can buy a mould-remover spray to prevent/remove it.
While water is the elixir of life, it can also be trouble during monsoon. The moisture can cause dampness and cause difficulties for your furniture, clothes and electrical equipment. You can get disposable moisture absorbers that come in handy or invest in dehumidifiers if you’re looking for something permanent.
Dry Those Clothes
Getting to slip into perfectly dry clothes during monsoon is a luxury of sorts in the city. If keeping your clothes rack inside waiting for your clothes to dry out isn’t your idea of a perfect monsoon, get a clothes dryer that’ll have your clothes dry and proper in minutes.
Protect Your Furniture
Your furniture suffers silently during monsoons. If your chairs, sofas and tables are susceptible to absorb moisture, coat them with a water-proofing solution we found on Amazon.
Keep It Sweet Smelling
Your home will not smell of roses during monsoon and neither will the weather play ‘Little Miss Sunshine’ for weeks. So, cheering up the house with spurts of colour becomes important. You can check out recommendations for quirky lights, rugs and furniture here.
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Light It Up
If you, like me, don't really love the rains, then you are definitely looking for ways to cheer up your space. A great way to do that is to add some lighting. We love this funky industrial copper desk lamp from Elemental By Nanya.
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