Budget101 Discussion List Archives Laundry~Detergents~More Seasonal Allergies and line drying and lenght of time

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      I actually have allergic astma and it doesn’t seem to bother me right now. You could try it and see and if it bothers the allergic person you could use the shower rod method. I think I didn’t hang mine outside in the spring time I used the shower rod.

      Even if it cuts down on the amount of dryer use meaning you could use the outside method during certain times of the year you could still save a great deal.

      as for the amount of time it takes to line dry clothes i find that usually my shirts are dry by the time the next load goes on the line in the summer time anyway. usually in the winter i use my shower rod and i wash two small loads every morning and they are dry by the next morning. we just use the other bath tub when things are drying.

      i make it part of my morning routine to put away the clothes hanging on the shower rod. the last thing on my morning routine is laundry so by the time i get to the laundry i already haver yesterday’s laundry put away.

      tracy in va

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Budget101 Discussion List Archives Laundry~Detergents~More Seasonal Allergies and line drying and lenght of time