Friday, 13 August 2010

Brolly Damp: The Secret Life of Mold Revisited

This is my brolly.
You'll notice it is open in the house. I'm trying to dry it properly.

Because

Failure to dry one's brolly properly leads to small white deposits known in England as damp. Damp is mildew. Damp stinks. Damp sets off my asthma. Damp, if left to its own devices, will disintegrate brolly fabric. And a tattered brolly does very little good. I know this because I am very good at forgetting the wet brollies I've left in my handbag. A toothbrush, a bit of vinegar, and good drying out will fix this one. I hope. 



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