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Hello - thank you for your time. I am not sure which type of

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Hello - thank you for your time. I am not sure which type of expert is able to answer my question - but here it is:

I have allergies and the occasional asthma attack. My coats/heavy sweaters have been stored for the winter and need a bit of freshening up.
When is it "safe" to leave coats and sweaters out in the open air to "air out?" i.e. without the worry of pollen attaching to them on the clothes tree outside on my back deck???

Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX I am happy to help with your question.

This is going to depend on the area in which you live here in the United States and the pollen count can vary depending on the day even in the different areas.

I would recommend that you visit the following site:

From there you can click on your state, city, etc. and find the pollen information for the next four days or so. I would find a time period when the pollen count in your area is as low as possible to reduce the risk as much as possible on the contamination of your "winter gear."

I hope this helps! If you need any further information, just reply back to me.

All the best to you and have a wonderful, allergy free, weekend!

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