Tip of the Week – Hang Up Clothes To Dry & Still Stay Soft

By | September 22, 2008

A great way to save energy is to hang your laundry outside to dry instead of using the dryer. But who likes those stiff crunchy bath towels. I sure don’t…so I just add a 1/2 to full cup of white vinegar or apple cider vinegar to the rinse cycle. This works as a great green fabric softner!

9 thoughts on “Tip of the Week – Hang Up Clothes To Dry & Still Stay Soft

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  2. susankellogg

    I never use a dryer. I always just hung up the clothes. It’s not because I want to save energy. I think that it prevents clothes from looking worn-out.

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  6. Susan

    I found a great laundry line that is moveable and sturdy. Mrs. Peggs Handy line stows behind my closet door and is easy to pop up when I need it. You can find it at http://www.simplefamilyliving.com It is well built and worth the money. Now I can dry out side when the weather allows or on the porch or in the basement.

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  9. Zach Smith

    My clothes don’t become stiff when I hang them up to dry. That is because I place them close to a shaded area. Indirectly exposing your clothes to the sun is better. It gives breeze a better chance of drying your clothes up. Your garments will remain fresh and clean.

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