What is your primary method of drying clothes


#1
  • Horse
  • Whirly
  • Line (inside)
  • Line (outside)
  • Minky
  • Mangle
  • Tumble dryer
  • Other

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#2

horse but I have to wait until after 9, because it doesn’t get up until then


#3

What’s the difference between a Minky and a horse? Minky is surely just a brand of clothes horse (/airer)?


#4

Horse. Once the horse runs out of space, they’re draped over radiators, hung up on hangers on the curtail rail (actually i do this for all my shirts anyway)


#5

Use two Wilko-branded clothes airers primarily.

Have a singular washing line outside which we use during the day if it’s nice outside.

Considering getting a heated airer to stop there being clothes everywhere all the time.


#6

Horse. Got a little frame that you can hang from the radiator to stick socks and pants on.

Usually just use the tumble dryer for towels tbh, otherwise they take forever to dry.


#7

Shirts are put on hangers and hung from the shower rail that goes around the bath.


#8

Hairdryer


#9

In my head this is a horse


And this is a minky


#10

In an ideal world, the whirly would be king but flats and weather :frowning:


#11

Pulley

I’m so sure it’s goes by another name but I can’t think! Someone help!


#12

Got a three-tiered Minky and a heated horse (also Minky)

Drying clothes in my new flat has fast become one of the things that causes me the most stress, it’s taking a fucking age and bigger items end up smelling of damp because they just never fucking dry. The heated horse thing hasn’t really proved that successful a purchase and having the heating on just to dry clothes seems extremely excessive. The whole thing can fuck off frankly.


#13

Clothes on the minky
Bedsheets hung on doors
Work shirts on hangers on a top of the door peg thing a bit like this


#14

Tumble dryer poll

  • Don’t have one
  • Have one (standalone or as part of a combination washer/dryer) and use it regularly
  • Have one and never use it
  • Have one and use it in extreme circumstances only

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#15

I’m all about that Dry Soon life

And hanging stuff on the rads


#16

Would use it exclusively for bedsheets if I had one


#17

Are you putting a sheet over it???
You got to lock in the heat maaaan


#18

Ooh that’s pretty space age but I’d categorise as a horse I reckon


#19

Many people who live in flats will have empathy with your situation and understand your pain. If only I had an extra room in which to put the slowly drying clothes so it wasn’t so hideously on display it’d be a bit more bearable.


#20

I am, I’m finding that it just exacerbates the level of dampness in there tbh.