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IN Lifestyle ON 05 Jul, 2016
Doing the laundry must be handled with utmost responsibility and care. Drying clothes after washing is another crucial act to play on. Doing it the proper way will preserve clothes' freshness and cleanliness. Otherwise, everything you've done in the process will be wasted.
Now, I know that the following is a very familiar thing you do--drying your clothes inside the room. I would understand if you resort to this for the following reasons: 1) there's not enough space outside, 2) it's raining or snowing outside, or 3) you have trust issues with your neighborhood. No matter what the reason is, let me just tell you that it's not a healthy gesture.
There's this recent finding that emphasizes how unhealthy drying your clothes inside your own room is. So, as far as this household activity is concerned, let me give you the explanation so you will not opt to do it again.
It is not always safe to do the thing. Before you know it, a biological traitor has invaded your home already. And once you've seen its visible effects, it's too late.
This shocking tip also applies to those consuming the spaces of their living rooms, kitchen, and the likes. I tell you, you're drying your clothes wrong all your life.
Do not ignore this. This tip is very simple, effective, and health-sensitive.
When you dry your clothes up in your room, the liquids that will turn into vapor will tend to increase your room's humidity. According to various studies, it will heighten it's humidity by 30 %. When we mean by humidity, it invites moisture.
Take note that a basket of laundry carries 2 liters of water. So, it's a serious amount of moisture that will add on your room, especially on your walls, and your ceiling.
By means of existing in your room, it will grow up and develop fast like wildfire.
I bet you won't like it too. Mind you, these microorganisms are not always the friendly ones. Deadly fungus such as the Aspergillus sp. can increase the risk of cancer. That's just one example.
As much as possible, dry your clothes outside your home, facing the very energetic sunshine.
Yes, buy some dryers like this one. It may hurt financially, but in the long run, its effect would be more beneficial.