Why do hotels place their wall mounted AC units right next to the desk where one checks email, makes blog posts, eats their take out, and drinks their wine?
But yesterday I devised a means of blocking the intrusive air from hitting me in the face and the side of the neck - which inevitably would have caused a neck cramp from asymmetrical cooling. Turn the ottoman on it's side (Ever since they left Vienna, their empire has been in decline), top with 2 superfluous pillows, and the air flow is diverted.
I've tried putting towels over the vents in the past, but that leads to icing up the coils, and then the AC shuts down, until the ice melts off (in chunks) and it a pain. Don't block the airflow on the AC unit, divert it, after it leaves the AC unit.
1 year ago