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SHERYLDS Posts: 17,317
8/9/13 1:07 P

ARCHIMEDIEII's suggestion is a good one.
Here is a link to more drying rack samples
I own Honey-Can-Do DRY-01234 and the advantage is more air space between items.
also...getting the clothes in more free flowing air space helps vs the bathroom.
and when it is very humid ...I use my fans

JAMIRBLAZE Posts: 1,771
8/9/13 12:15 P

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.

KKKAREN Posts: 12,754
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.

MYUTMOST4HIM Posts: 11,453
8/9/13 8:11 A

hang it on the shower rod was a good suggestion - that is what I do

MATTHEW0498 SparkPoints: (32,853)
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8/9/13 8:08 A

Can you put on a good hanger and hang from your shower rod??

NANAS4GIRLS SparkPoints: (77,198)
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8/9/13 8:02 A

Try putting a fan in place to blow at the area where you are drying things, they will dry much faster.

TRILLIANTOO SparkPoints: (41,587)
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8/8/13 3:37 P

Interesting! I'll have to measure and see if I have space so it can hang over my bookshelf and my bed.

Hmmm .... maybe I need netting hanging from the ceiling and I can lay everything flat over my head.

Either way I will need something like a tarp to put on the bookshelf and bed, or on the dinette so I don't get water on them I suppose.

I like when the weather is such I can line dry things outside, but that only happens a couple months a year ... and not consecutively.

ARCHIMEDESII SparkPoints: (195,969)
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8/8/13 3:07 P


This might be a good option for you. It's an adjustable rack you use to hang and
dry clothing.

FEDGIRL4 Posts: 2,180
8/8/13 1:53 P

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.

TRILLIANTOO SparkPoints: (41,587)
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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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