Clothes line dries things much more nicely.
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
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.
just shove it all in, put it on as high as it'll go
air-drying takes forever, i don't know why people do it
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.
I miss our dryer.
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.
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.
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.
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.