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Clothes dryer in garage is causing dampness Help!?

We moved into a rental home in December and everything was fine with our washer and dryer in our garage. A few weeks ago, the vent hose popped off and we fixed it. However, ever since, when I dry clothing, it still feels like the hose is off. Everything gets hot, muggy, and moist in the garage and I'm afraid it's going to start growing mold. We have two toddlers and I'm pregnant. Just wondering what we can do to possibly remedy this situation without spending a fortune? Could it be that we need a new hose or maybe because the sun is starting to shine again and streaming through our garage windows? Whenever I notice the problem, I open the doors to air it out. Help is greatly appriciated!


While cerise is a dark red, it also has a slight purple cast to it. Beautiful color! Fire hydrants are fire engine bright red. Blood changes color depending on several factors including air, age, and from where it's coming. Artery blood is darker than veinous blood. New blood is brighter than old. Air turns it red in the first place. Neither blood nor fire hydrants are cerise.
wow, i have a few times before,,,,,,when hubby hits the right spot, but that took him 15yrs to perfect!!! keep up the good work,,,,,lucky woman..

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