Sheffield news Mum with mouldy home asks if it's unreasonable keeping heating off to save money PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - She is not sure whether or not to bite the bullet and just put on her heating.

Sheffield news Mum with mouldy home asks if it's unreasonable keeping heating off to save money PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - She is not sure whether or not to bite the bullet and just put on her heating.

Sheffield news Mum with mouldy home asks if it's unreasonable keeping heating off to save money PremierLeague-News.Com
22 November 2022 - 18:31

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A mum who has been trying to cut down on the cost of her heating bill has complained of mould in her home, but is worried about being able to afford heating. The mum, who posted on Mumsnet's 'Am I Being Unreasonable?' Thread, said that she is now struggling to dry her clothes. She said that, as she is trying to keep her heating off due to rising costs, she has found that moisture is now building up in her home. And, to make matters worse, the moisture also means that her washing takes longer to dry - while also adding to the problem. Asking other forums, she said: "Is anyone else having mould problems due to not using their heating?" The mum said: "I've had mould problems before on external walls but it seems more prevalent since I tried to avoid putting the heating on this year due to the cost. Read more: I did my washing at a launderette to see if it was cheaper - but made a big mistake "Trying to dry clothes indoors takes much longer for them to dry and I'm noticing a great deal of moisture building up on the windows. AIBU [Am I Being Unreasonable] - Not to put the heating on when drying clothes. In the long run, this going to cause a much bigger problem with mould and damp." She also suggested that she could "wash the mould off" with bleach and vinegar, while also wearing a jumper to keep warm and doing fewer loads of washing.

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. One user said: "If it's a choice between eating and heating - eat. Any other choice - put the heating on, the cold and the mould and the bleach are all harmful to your health". Another said: "You must leave windows open or get a dehumidifier. It makes me so cross when people are doing their sad face stories in the media yet every bloody window is shut and there's wet washing hanging everywhere." Another user advised that the "moisture has to go somewhere", so seconded the suggestions to open her windows. And one said: "If you are not putting the heating on you really need to make sure to get rid of as much moisture as possible - airing the house in morning is one way - windows on latch all the time or installing passive ventilation systems or dehumidifiers." Have you noticed an issue with mould in your home? Let us know in the comments. Read more: DWP issues update on when you will get your second cost of living payment DWP confirms £900, £300 and £150 cost of living payment and who is eligible for them Check how the Autumn Statement will affect your finances with our calculator Martin Lewis says you should never put washing machine on between 4pm and 7pm Batley corner shop cuts prices to 1966 levels to help people celebrate World Cup during cost of living crisis Read More Related Articles Five cost of living friendly winter meals for under £1 a portion Read More Related Articles Martin Lewis gives his verdict after Autumn statement announcement

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