Specialists discovered that garments put on drying fringe raise moisture levels in our homes by up to 30% making exemplary reproducing conditions for mould spores – and one specifically called aspergillus fumigatus, which can bring conceivably lethal lung infections.
We are aware that frying garments on a washing line outside costs nothing, in addition to that, it utilizes the energy from the sun, so basically it is the most environmentally friendly option.
On the other hand, it poses potential threat in one's well being.
One case was the 43-year-old Craig Mather from Bolton, who got himself a lung disease because of inordinate hanging on wet garments inside his flat. He bear serious lung issues as a result of m old spores that showed up from drying garments on the radiator in his living room.
When specialist remind him the danger of indoor drying and advise him to stop doing for 12 months, he felt huge improvement on his well being.
That is the reason, researchers heavily recommend that each home should be designed with secured outside drying spaces, like balconies, or well-ventilated drying cabinet to lower the danger of indoor drying and abstain from having that kind of lung infections, better to have open air spaces for your garments and let them dry under the sun.