In which room you shouldn't dry clothes: mold will be hard to get rid of
Improperly drying clothes can often lead to mold and mildew issues in the home. It turns out that there is a specific room where you should never dry wet clothes.
Furthermore, if you plan to dry clothes indoors, you should ensure that you have taken measures to control moisture. The details were provided by The Sun.
According to expert Louise Carter, you should never dry clothes in the bedroom. Wet laundry increases air humidity by 30%, raising the risk of breathing difficulties during sleep and compromising the immune system.
Experts at The Wash explained: "Keeping damp laundry in your living quarters not only promotes mold and dampness but can also lead to respiratory problems."
Additionally, damp laundry may develop an unpleasant odor after washing if dried in a room with insufficient fresh air.
Considering the fact that damp laundry, when left to dry, can encourage the growth of mold, dampness, and potential health issues, it's advisable to keep it out of the bedroom.
A humid environment is highly conducive to the growth and multiplication of dust mites. Therefore, drying clothes in the bedroom poses a risk of attracting pests.
Excessive humidity can result in condensation, which, in turn, may lead to the rotting of wooden structures.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL told you how to quickly dry laundry and avoid mold.