Saturday, August 4, 2007

Letting God Dry My Clothes




If you're going to take clothes out of the dryer and hang them on hangers anyway, its just as easy to hang them on the hangers wet and just let them dry there. If you have a place to hang them inside that's out of the way, they usually dry over night. Its so hot and breezy here today, these shirts dryed in a couple of hours. Its also easy to hang them on a clothes drying rack and place the rack over a central air conditioner/heater vent. They dry really fast that way!
Frugal, easy and good for the environment!

3 comments:

Littlepenpen said...

I love my clothesline! I don't use it as much as I should, but there is something about freshly line dried linens that can't be described!

Alexandra said...

Thanks for your comment, and your link. :) I agree, clothes dried on the line are the best because I love the way they smell. Makes me want to wash more. ;)

Meredith said...

When time is tight, I put my husband's shirts on hangers and hang them on the back porch rail.

I believe they dry faster there than they do in the dryer!

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