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I am living in a off grid solar home. I have enough power during the day to run a small window unit but can't. Keep humidity levels down. Any ideas how to keep levels down without. Using a/c
 
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Anything you can do to increase air movement will help it at least feel less humid.

This is also a wonderful excuse to hang hammocks. We actually kept a portable hammock in the living room for most of last year and in most circumstances it worked well as a couch alternative. Sitting/lying in the hammock felt several degrees cooler than every other seat in the house.
 
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