Airing a Room

Appears in

The Settlement Cook Book

By Lizzie Black Kander

Published 1903

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Lower the upper sash of a window, to let out the foul air which always rises to the top.
Raise the lower sash of an opposite window, of same or an adjoining room, to admit fresh air.
This will create a draft, that will thoroughly air the room.
Bed room windows should always be open at night from the top.