RE: [hreg] Using A/C compressor to dry clothes
- In Houston (where it is very hot and humid), in the summer it takes about 40min to 1 hour to dry clothes on the line (about same amount of time one using a mechanical dryer) using sun and breeze. The only time it take longer to dry is when it is actually overcast, no direct sun, and very little breeze. It might take 2-3 hours (heavy cotton items such a jeans take a little longer). Haven't measured exactly as I am off working on other things while the sun and breeze do their work :) Ahh, the wonderful aroma of sun dried sheets :) :)
Robert Johnston <junk1@...> wrote:The point of the article was that it works well in hot, humid climates (where clothes dont necessarily dry so easily).
- One of the members of our Low Carbon Diet class said she hangs
clothes inside to dry. That provides the added benefit of
humidifying the house a little. A good thing to try for people who
haven't had luck drying outside. I myself, like Lunce, love those
ozone smelling sheets!
In firstname.lastname@example.org, Garth & Kim Travis <gartht@...> wrote:
> I haven't been to a meeting of HREG for a long time, but the green
> symposium last February sure made me sick, the majority of the
> were very fragrant. It would be wonderful if you are correct.another, since
> Bright Blessings,
> Ariel Thomann wrote:
> > Surely nobody on this list is still using those little sheets!
> > Ariel
> > - We are all Human beings here together. We have to help one
> > otherwise there is NO ONE who will help.Think ahead 7
> > - All countries need a NO REGRETS strategic energy policy.
> > generations.the poisonous
> > ------------------------------------
> >> Greetings,
> >> Well said Bashir. Not only that, they smell nice without using
> >> chemicals of dryer sheets.
> >> Bright Blessings,
> >> Kim