Do you line-dry your clothes indoors during the winter months or year-round? Tell us what you do to make it work. Share Your Answer
- I live in an apt complex so have to pay $1.50 each to wash and dry one load. I was looking for ways to cut expenses so purchased two inexpensive drying racks a few weeks ago. I hang up shirts from the shower curtain rod and everything else goes on the drying racks. In the winter months I use a space heater to help dry the clothes. In warmer months even my jeans are dry in a matter of hours. Cut my laundry bill in half!!
- —Guest Martha
Indoor Line Drying - 40's movie reel
- I remember seeing a clip from a really old movie where everyone hung their washing up on lines inside their room.
That was at least 30 years ago now, and I've done it ever since. Roughly 3 days for a pair of jeans to dry in wet weather, everything else 1-2 days
- I heat entirely with wood. This is a very dry heat. Drying the laundry on 2 racks in a room with a ceiling fan adds needed humidity to the home. In summer I line dry and during the cooler weather as well. I never use my dryer. Take any clothes that I'm going to iron while still a little damp and I don't need the steam function.
- —Guest Mary Gallivan
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- —Guest avery
- I line-dry undergarments indoors and all laundry in the winter. In the winter, I hang clothes on hangers on my shower curtain rod and I have a rack for other items. With the furnace on, everything drys overnight. During the other months, I hang undergarments on the rack in my laundry room. They also dry nicely overnight.
- —Guest Dottie
Year round Line-Drying Indoors
- I have been drying indoors for over a year now with great success...even my sheets! I use a closet rod in a large doorway and hang everything possible from hangers and skirt hangers. I have a spin dryer which really helps remove excess moisture and then, here is my trick! I place a small fan on the floor under the drying laundry, turn it on, and in a couple hours everything is nice and dry. Sheets folded in half or quarters also dry quickly this way and pillow cases folded and hung on skirt hangers......Happy Drying, Everyone!!
- I air dry most of my work clothes to make them look newer longer and keep their shape. I don't have a drying line so I do my laundry in the evening before going to bed and hang my clothes everywhere there is a spot - over shower doors, kitchen chairs, back of sofa even... by morning they are pretty much dry and no one was inconvenienced by the drying clothing.
- —Guest Ann
Indoor line drying
- I use a dehumidifier, too. Much cheaper to run than a dryer and better for indoor environment.
- —Guest SusieQ