The Potential Dangers Of Drying Clothes Indoor



As rainy season approaches doctors are warning that wet washing dried indoors can pose a serious health threat for people with weakened immune systems or severe asthma. 

Experts have found that clothes put on drying frames raise moisture levels in our homes by up to 30 per cent, creating ideal breeding conditions for mould spores – and one in particular called aspergillus fumigatus, which can cause potentially fatal lung infections.      

We know that frying clothes on a washing line outside costs nothing, plus it uses the energy from the sun, so it is also the most environmentally friendly option.

However, it poses potential risk on one's health.

One case was the 43-year-old Craig Mather from Bolton, who got himself a lung disease due to excessive hanging on wet clothes inside his apartment. He endured serious lung issues because of mold spores that appeared from drying clothes on the radiator in his living room.

When his specialist warn him the risk of indoor drying and told him to stop doing for 12 months, he felt big difference on his well-being.

That is why, researchers strongly advise that every home should be designed with covered outdoor drying spaces, such as balconies, or well-ventilated drying cupboards to lower risk of indoor drying.



(Source: DailyMail)
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