Of course Australia is mostly a relatively hot, relatively low-humidity country - they have drying rooms that are just a room you hang your clothes up in, and... they dry. Try that in England (or, I guess, NOLA) and you get penicillin farms . I have found that leaving the washing in the washing machine for at least 1/2 hour after the wash finishes results in much drier clothes than taking them straight out after. Then they go on the radiators, unless it happens to be sunny/not winter. Of course, that makes the whole house damper, but it's the only option.
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I use the dryer only when absolutely essential--maybe three times a year. In the summer we hang clothes outside. In the winter, we hang clothes inside, down in the basement right next to the furnace. I don't know how much energy and money we save, but I'm sure it's pretty significant.
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