Tips to stay cool in this dry weather


William Rodney Yeo, the managing director for Airestec, a life and environmental sciences eco-friendly company (left) together with his project and business development director Michael Folk (right) explaining about the degradation of air-conditioning coils. - SAM THAM/The Star REPORTER ASHLEY TANG

PETALING JAYA: With the dry and hot spell hitting its peak and air-conditioners working full throttle, environmental experts have advised on proper ways to clean the electrical appliance.

They said the current common methods of cleaning air-conditioners, using acid and alkalis, could have adverse effects on the environment, such as polluting water resources.

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