Any of you guys or girls still use the clothesline to hang your clothes? Or dryer? Watch

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(Original post by somethingbeautiful)
Clothes line at home - we've never had a dryer.
Dryer at uni (because there's no clothes line and I wouldn't trust people anyway LOL)
This. We've moved into private accommodaton for 2nd year though, no dryer... not looking forward to using a clothesline.
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(Original post by Piprod01)
Sunny Days: Outside
Wet days: Drier
This
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Clothes line dries things much more nicely.
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no idea.
our maid does it.

I dont think i have ever been in the conservatory (or w.e the room is that has the cleaning stuff) lol
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Bugger! Blame my browser which keeps crashing. I don't live in a hoe house. :p:
I laughed way too much at this :lol:
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I dry my delicates in the boiler room, and tumble dry socks/basics.

I line dry delicates and t-shirts/jeans/leggings whenever the weather suits.
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30 mins.

just shove it all in, put it on as high as it'll go

DONE.

air-drying takes forever, i don't know why people do it
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Both: underwear goes in the dryer (as it's personal - ie don't want insects crawling over them - and you don't want neighbours seeing your pants) and clothes go on the line. Simple.

It costs too much and it's too noisy/stuffy to have a tumbledrier going constantly in a house of six people.
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Outside









I miss our dryer.
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(Original post by Panda Bear)
Bugger! Blame my browser which keeps crashing. I don't live in a hoe house. :p:
LMFAO Hoe House :P
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I only use a tumble dryer if I desperately need something for the next day and it's the middle of winter. Even then I'd rather stick said item on a radiator.

It's such a waste of money and energy. People who tumble dry things when its 20 degrees outside to make them 'feel soft' should be shot.
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(Original post by Rawr.ox)
Both: underwear goes in the dryer (as it's personal - ie don't want insects crawling over them - and you don't want neighbours seeing your pants) and clothes go on the line. Simple.

It costs too much and it's too noisy/stuffy to have a tumbledrier going constantly in a house of six people.
Wow 6 people? That must mean the washer is on everyday :P unless you guys cram 6 loads of laundry into one day on the weekend xD
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(Original post by fox_the_fix)
no idea.
our maid does it.

I dont think i have ever been in the conservatory (or w.e the room is that has the cleaning stuff) lol
O_O you got a maid?! I guess they get your clothes real nice and clean I wish I had a maid
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Washing line/pulley, sometimes dryer at home. At uni I used a dryer for jeans/socks/underwear, and pulley/radiator for everything else. Next year it'll be clothes line all the way as there isn't a dryer.
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At uni I have to use a dryer. (The en-suites are too small to dry clothes in, you're not allowed to dry clothes on the radiator or out of the window. If you do, you get fined. )

At home the clothes line outside is used if the weather is nice. If the weather is bad, they go on the clothes lines in the garage (yes, we have clothing lines strung up in the garage :rolleyes: ). I do sometimes have to sneakily use the dryer when I need certain clothes for that day. (If my mother finds out I used the dryer she would kill me :rolleyes: )
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Hang outside or inside, we have a Tumble drier but only use it if there is a rush for something. I hate them, make your clothes all stiff and uncomfortable.
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I've got a dryer.
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I use the outside line in summer. It makes the clothes smell so much nicer! So fresh.
An indoor clothes airer in winter.
We have a dryer but only use it sometimes for things that need to be dried quicker like next days work wear.
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O_O you got a maid?! I guess they get your clothes real nice and clean I wish I had a maid
It's pretty cool, she hits me with a stick if I lip off to my mum though :mad:
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Line - A drier is a waste of good energy and only for those who lack planning skills when it comes to their laundry (oh, and those with the most sensitive skin in the world who insist on 'soft' clothes).

(Original post by ArcaneAnna)
Using the dryer uses up too much electricity and so increases me bills.

So I use one of these instead. ;p


where did you get one of those?
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