So you think you know how to save money and time when drying your clothes? Sure, you just pop them in the dryer and push the button. Not so fast.
If you’re rethinking your energy usage and looking for ways to save time and money, this post will give you more insights than you ever imagined when it comes to the topic of saving money when drying your clothes. I’ve never seen so much detail given to this subject before. In fact, I hadn’t thought there could be this much detail on the topic of clothes drying. It’s worth a read, you might end up saving a few dollars, some time, and some energy.
The post will answer these burning questions:
- Can you dry your socks on a drying rack by dumping them on the rack?
- Is it more work to dry clothes in a dryer than to dry them on hangars?
- What kind of hangars should you use to dry your clothes?
- Is it better to dry your clothes indoors or out?
- Is it okay to “freeze-dry” your clothes?
So get out that drying rack you have in the back of your closet and put it to good use. Do you have any other money or time savings tips for clothes drying? Feel free to pass them along.