I am anti dryer and I also used cloth nappies with both kids. I have a massive lot of line space though both out in the sun and under the deck. We also have a wood fire in winter and I can dry clothes on a clothes airer in front of it. So heaps easy. A unit would be hard.
I've never owned a dryer and don't plan to get one either...our elect bill is high enough! The clothes line is covered so the weather doesn't matter and things I need dry over night I hang on the kitchen chairs and leave the ceiling fan on.
I much prefer line dried. Living in the north though during the wet season you have to use a drier. I had clothes go moldy while on the line it was taking so long to dry!
Sorry didn't read of the OP. Yes...believe me you'll need the drier. Even when its sunny its so humid things still don't dry.
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Last edited by CleverClogs; 20-08-2013 at 15:29.
Dryer but i prefer line dried. Really depends on how i feel if anything. Right now i am so tired i would chuck it in the dryer and have been doing so for awhile now.
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I prefer line dried - but sometimes I push it too far - I hung out two loads today and they are still damp - it has been freezing here -so now I have to finish them off in the dryer - what a waste of time
Dryer for everything that can go in the dryer. Bedding goes on the line outside and anything else that can't go in the dryer goes on the close horse or over the back of a dining chair!
Clothes line in spring/summer for everything unless its raining when I will use clothes airers. In autumn/winter I will use the dryer and clothes airers.
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