- January 1, 2008 at 2:17 pm #254993
I have done the same thing at times.
Whenever I do jeans, I hang several pair on the line. It
takes a lot of time and energy to dry heavy jeans.
I do dry towels in smaller loads for the same reason. I
like them to be dried in the dryer, at least partly, but
they are heavy and take a long time to dry.
My washer holds a large amount and there is plenty of room
for the clothes to get cleaned in one single load.
However, the dryer seems to work more efficiently by the
same token – not stuffed to the gills, so the clothes and
other items can toss freely. So, I do not usually dry the
full wash load in one dryer load, if that makes sense.
I have an electric dryer. A gas dryer is more efficient,
in my opinion, in that it drys clothes faster. When our
dryer is done in years to come, I will look at replacing it
with a gas version.
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> I have had an arguement from as long as I can
> remember. When she washes, she’ll wash a full load
> then divide it in half to dry it. I say that it takes
> more energy to do 2 loads, she says they dry faster and
> the 2 take less energy than one, any comments?
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