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    Overnight - I do sometimes turn it on and go to bed, but can rarely actually go to sleep knowing it is on. I usually end up lying there waiting for it to stop and then go to sleep.

    When I go out - never.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Can't believe how many people actually use clothes driers! I'm too tight 😄.
    I'm in Melbourne and towels in winter just don't dry. I try not to use it here possible but sometimes it's unavoidable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I'm in Melbourne and towels in winter just don't dry. I try not to use it here possible but sometimes it's unavoidable.
    Ha I'm in Melbourne too but still too tight. And maybe I'm slack with washing towels 😄

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Can't believe how many people actually use clothes driers! I'm too tight ������.
    I live in a small unit - makes it difficult to dry sheets and towels etc.

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    I don't even own one!
    I'm in Melbourne and just put the washing on a clothes horse and pop it under a heating vent in the ceiling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    I don't even own one!
    I'm in Melbourne and just put the washing on a clothes horse and pop it under a heating vent in the ceiling.
    most of the time this is what we do. but if I'm doing a big wash and there's a few loads to get through, I'll cheat and use the dryer to speed things along.

    ours is a 2 in 1 unit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemmi1987 View Post
    not a samsung?
    No, an Electrolux

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Can't believe how many people actually use clothes driers! I'm too tight 😄.
    I don't have an outdoor line so don't have much choice. Most clothes go on racks, but towels, sheets etc have to go in the dryer. $$ running out the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Can't believe how many people actually use clothes driers! I'm too tight 😄.
    I only use it in weather like today. Too humid/wet to dry inside or outside. Even then I try and half dry on the line and then finish off in the dryer.

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    I leave mine on, I clean the lint filter after every use. I have smoke alarms etc of it were to catch fire but I feel safe enough with it running, it's a new model.


 

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