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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by Sweats., Jan 16, 2020.
Cmon cleaning the vent before and after each dry is basic ****ing washing/drying etiquette, also leaving your washer door open for a while after using it.
Shut-up you fanny
We are talking about human beings mate.
It’s fact. What age house do you live in?
Not an old one
I think youd have to live in an old cardboard box before the vapour from your clothes drying become an issue ffs
He does live in a cardboard box, probably explains why is food is constantly burnt, he's not using an oven but a bonfire.
Depends, some dryers need venting outside some Don't
He wasnt on about the god damn tumble dryer anymore corpral cluster
If it’s more than 5 years old it won’t have vapour barriers or mechanical ventilation systems. Just living produces so much moisture from cooking, bathing etc. Warmer the house the more moisture the air can carry.
Mordern houses still have cold bridges and cold spots usually because they’re built badly. Normally around doors and windows reveals. Corners of walls to the ceiling. The water in the air condenses and causes mould and it does that in the loft. When you see a roof sagging it can be because of wet rot and woodworm weakening the structure over time. Not always like but lots of condensation is bad.
Condenser dryer. don't tell sweats ffs.
Sounds like you are the bitch of the house sucky.
I'll let you know when my roof falls in
I lived in a converted garage once on the side of a house in gants hill, was totally dodgy but cheap and close to work at the time, i used to put the oven on and leave the door open as all the bills was included and it only had those ****ty oil rads you plug in.
Knock out blow right there
Yet it came with an excellent tumble drier induction included in the price
You ever seen planet of the apes? Suckys the household reality tv version for men and women
The sensitive side of saffy eh