I hang the things that can be hung on a hanger in the shower as well. The few things that would stretch (sweaters) I roll up in a towel to squeeze out as much water as possible and then lay on the counter or top of my dresser.
Fitness Minutes: (89,091)
11,873 8/9/13 8:19 A
I hang my line dryables on the door frames. I do have to duck all the time but clothes dry faster in the a/c.
Do you know anyone that would be willing to let you dry your stuff at their house? That's the only thing I can think of.
Fitness Minutes: (30,218)
16,787 8/8/13 1:34 P
I have new clothes that require hand washing and line drying - the problem is between the humidity outside and the tiny space I live in, I have no room to hang anything and things don't dry well. Already the two spaces I have are used by two thin towels (I need 2 a day because they take 24 hours to dry).
Is there anything I can do that doesn't take a lot of space or time that can help me with this? I generally throw everything in the Laundromat machines ... I know that is hard on clothes.
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