Let's face it...wood fires dry out the air. This classic whale-shaped steamer can reduce the effects of dehydration by putting moisture back into your air. Simply fill it up with water, and set it on top of your stove. As the water inside heats up and starts to boil, the steam escapes through the "blow hole", putting much needed moisture and humidity back into the air you breath. Get rid of the old black pot on the stove top. Humidify your air with a steamer that is as attractive as it is functional.