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Re: Drying my Tractor cleaning rags in cold garage

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12-19-2012 16:43:15

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Vent a dryer inside and you'll have problems like condensation on windows that can cause the sills to rot out; mold, eventually lots of mold in and on the drywall, bottom of the roof sheathing, on the window sash, in the insulation; doors and windows will absorb the moisture and swell; in the winter the moisture will freeze on the bottom of the roof sheathing (if there is no vapor barrier on the ceiling, which there often isn't) and when it warms up it will run or drip off damaging the ceiling; tools will rust. Do yourself a big favor and vent it outside.

By the way I'm a contractor and I've made good money fixing damage caused by people venting their dryers in the house or crawl space.

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12-19-2012 17:56:10

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 Re: Drying my Tractor cleaning rags in cold garage in reply to Pops1532, 12-19-2012 16:43:15  
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Or you could get the kit that allows it to vent outside in warm weather or inside in cold, (with a lint catcher). Do you also advocate venting a humidifier out doors? Do you advocate disabling the humidifiers that are built onto forced hot air heating systems?

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