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    A mix of 2 fold out clothes horse type dryers and the dryer. We have a hills hoist as well but never use it.

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    I hang all our clothes on a clothes horse inside in winter..if we need something dryed quickly we use the dryer buy otherwise clothes horse..in summer they get hung on the clothes horse and sat out in the back room in the sun.I don't hang them outside cos my dogs chew everything. ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummerFun View Post
    When I hang washing on the line it doesn't go stiff..?? Why do they go stiff?
    If I leave washing out longer than 24 hours or so it goes a hit stiff, particularly towels. In general though not particularly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossompossum View Post
    Socks undies baby clothes and small bits go in the dryer and the rest go on the line....

    Yes fat lazy fingers did write this =)
    This

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    We don't have a dryer because I know I'd never use the line again! So I use the line for everything
    In winter I dry things we need quickly in front of the heater but otherwise everything else is still outside.

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    Washing line! Ill only use the dryer if its raining

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    I don't own a dryer so everything gies on the line or clothes horse. Actually I can fit more on the clothes horse than on the line lol.

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    For the last 5 years had lived down south and never had a dryer, used the line most of the time or the clothes horse if it rained for a few days in a row. Now am living in the top end and loving the fact that the clothes dry in a couple of hours on the line. BUT....wet season is just around the corner, the house was fully furnished when moved into it and sitting in a box was a brand new dryer, so l am sure it will get a work out in the near future.

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    No dryer (doubt will ever get one)
    Live in Melbourne, summer all goes out on the clothes line & dries quickly... During winter it might go outside if its sunny, otherwise hung up on 2 clothes horses under the heater vent to help dry it.

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    I hang most on the line, time permitting.
    If something is marked it doesn't come out in the dryer after a wash but if hang it on the line it does, so line dried is preferable for me and my grubs. But I couldn't live without a dryer as it means I never stress over washing. Folding is my enemy though.


 
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