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How Do You Use Water to Stay Cool at Home During the Summer? We Want to Know.


Summer is almost in full swing and New York is heating up. As the temperatures rise, we want to know how New Yorkers are staying cool — specifically, with water.

For an upcoming New York Times story about cooling off at home, we’re looking for the many creative ways people escape the blazing sun. From rooftop and kiddie pools to sprinklers and misters, tell us how you use water to find respite from the sweltering heat at home.

We’ll read every response to this questionnaire and reach back out to you if we’re interested in learning more. We won’t publish any part of your submission without following up and hearing from you. Your contact information will not be shared or used for any reason other than to get in touch with you.



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