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    I hang everything out as much as possible. It's way too environmentally and financially detrimental to use a dryer all the time.

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    Line dry, I think I have used the dryer twice in over a year. I love line drying. Love how nice the clothes feel after they have been line dried

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    Dryer for everything. Only do 2 loads of washing a week on average.

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    I don't have a dryer and don't need one. Im in Perth and its only rainy for a small part of the year. I like my clothes to dry in the sunshine and fresh air anyway. I like the smell.

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    I don't own a dryer.

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    I don't own a dryer so hills hoist in summer and a mix of that, hanging space under cover and clothes airers in winter. We have a wood heater so that helps get everything dry quicker. For those that use the dryer what do you do about those pesky stains that the sun normally bleaches out?

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    We have a washing line in part sun and one undercover. We bought a dryer a few months ago and honestly, I barely use it. And that's living in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne where it always seems to rain, and with 2 kids, one of whom is in cloth nappies. I found the dryer shrunk so much stuff the first time I used it, so I'm not a fan. I dry my nappies inside on a clotheshorse. Everything dries just fine.

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    Dryer. All the time.
    Life's too short to fudge around pegging and unpegging crunchy clothes.

    Though I couldn't do it at my house anyway because we have one of the lines that folds out on the side of the house (so not height adjustable) and a crazy 18 month old labrador who would make a game of getting down as many clothes as he could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    I don't have a dryer and don't need one. Im in Perth and its only rainy for a small part of the year. I like my clothes to dry in the sunshine and fresh air anyway. I like the smell.
    Yep, especially love the smell when it's bed sheets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    Yep, especially love the smell when it's bed sheets.
    I love the smell of freshly line dried clothes and sheets.

    My line dried clothes are never stiff.


 

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