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hanging clothes on a line to dry...

Discussion in 'Parents Off Topic' started by mandapanda1980, May 8, 2011.

  1. deafmack

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    Yes, but you could have an indoor clothesline. We have one we use in the wintertime when it rains all the time here.
     
  2. MamaBear

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    Us too. I wish we were allowed to have clotheslines here. It get hot enough here that in the summer a load would dry in about 30 minutes outside. Sure saved me alot of money on electric bills. Ah well.
     
  3. czardoust

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    ditto! i hang mine!
     
  4. dqmomof3

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    We have tried hanging clothes outside, but when I hang sheets and then bring them in and sleep on them, my allergies rage and I sneeze all night! My nose is getting itchy just thinking about the last time I did that, LOL!
     
  5. dejahthoris

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    Sorry if someone already said this, I didnt read it all. But a windy day makes them softer. They will almost be so stiff they stand up by themselves with no wind:) However a coarse towel is probably great for your circulation!
     

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