Apartment Dwellers Can Enjoy Air Dried Laundry

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  1. Lisa says:

    Go Kayla K!!! A couple of suggestions you might also use: When using clothes hangers to hang clothes outdoors when it’s windy, use two hangers per item. Face one in the opposite direction of the other and no matter which direction the wind blows, they’ll stay put. Also, in winter or inclement weather, you can create an indoor drying area in an out of the way spot by installing two heavy duty wall hooks across from each other on opposite walls. Cut clothesline to fit, making loops at both ends. When not in use, the line can be removed and stored out of the way. BTW, I LOVE your blog! You inspire me!

  2. Lee Ann says:

    Have you always been this thrifty? You are pretty young to be so careful with your money and resources. Keep up the good work.
    BTW-you mention LWR on some of your prior posts-are you Lutheran? Just wondering. We are(my husband and I). Not too many of us in my neck of the woods in NC!!

  3. Megan says:

    I bought the foaming handsoap at one point in time. I saved the bottles with the special dispenser and now I put about 10 or so squirts of the regular handsoap in, fill the rest with water and I have foamy handsoap. 1 bottle of soap lasts me forever- even with a 3 year old that loves handsoap!

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