What not to store near the window: things that spoil in the sun

Sunlight can spoil some things. Source: Pexels.

Excessive solar heat not only has a negative impact on human health but can also spoil certain items. Proper storage practices can help you avoid these problems.

Therefore, it's important to know what to keep away from the sun. OBOZREVATEL has compiled a list of such items.

Food and beverages should not be left on the windowsill, as they can lose their nutrients and spoil quickly. Consuming them could lead to food poisoning and stomach issues. This also applies to baked goods, as sunlight can dry them out.

Medications should be stored carefully, preferably in a cool or dark place. Be sure to read the instructions carefully and avoid exposing them to sunlight, as this could cause them to lose their effectiveness and potentially harm your health.

Sunlight can alter the color and texture of paints and varnishes, so it's best not to store them on the windowsill, especially if they are open. Their fumes could also have adverse effects on your health.

Books and documents should be kept away from direct sunlight, as prolonged exposure can cause discoloration and damage their appearance.

Electronic devices such as computers, TVs, phones, and others may not be able to withstand extreme temperature changes, leading to malfunctions. Additionally, overheating due to sun exposure can reduce battery efficiency.

Even certain indoor plants may not thrive on a windowsill. Before purchasing a potted plant, research its specific needs and proper care instructions.

Plastic objects can soften or melt on hot days, posing a potential hazard. Therefore, it's best to keep them away from direct sunlight.

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