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Does anyone know if ther's a way to cut drying time for clothes in dryer? I use a tremenous amount of electricity drying clothes.

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Try hanging them on a rack over your furnace vent or outside on a drying rack in nice weather. We haven't used a dryer in years and you're right, it uses tons of electricity.

Ellen
http://confessionsofanover-workedmom.blogspot.com/
Here's my 9 Ways to Save Money on Laundry Costs post. I hope you can find it useful!

Ashley
Beauty4Moms.blogspot.com
Well, the way I handle that is to pretty much not use my dryer. We dry towels, sheets and the underwear load. But everything else air dries on racks in the basement. The first month I make that change, I saw a $25 drop in my gas/electric bill :)

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