The healthiest way to dry your clothes is outside, even in winter when the temperatures are low.
Many people dry clothes in the apartment during the winter, on the radiators. But drying clothes indoors increases the amount of moisture in the air by 30 percent, thus creating ideal conditions for the growth of fungi, especially fungus Aspergillus fumigatus, which can easily breathe and thus introduced into the body.
This fungus is usually not dangerous in healthy people, but for those with weak immune systems can cause lung infections.
By far the safest way to deal with wet clothes is to hang them outside to dry, especially in the spring and summer, because among other things, ultraviolet rays kill microbes and bacteria. Drying clothes outdoors is recommended in the winter despite the cold temperatures.