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Should I get rid of furniture after being in a moldy apartment?

 
 
Reply Sun 3 May, 2020 09:07 am
For a little background. There was no flooding or water damage, just mold seepage from the window sills.
But my wife and I do have symptoms of mycotoxicity and mold exposure.

So naturally, we're moving. Should we trash any of these: couch, ottoman, pillows, towels, clothes, sheets?
It has been such a scary experience feeling ourselves deteriorate physically and mentally and not knowing why, we just don't want to repeat it at all costs.
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Sturgis
 
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Reply Sun 3 May, 2020 01:36 pm
@Sheogoroth,
Why risk it? Dispose of the items. It may be a financial burden for now; however, it will save you and your wife in the long-term by reducing medical expense.
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JonP6
 
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Reply Wed 28 Apr, 2021 02:10 am
@Sheogoroth,
Yes, even if they don't appear to have any sign of physical changes, throw them away. Also, nice name, Daedric God of Madness. Very Happy
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