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Drying clothes with a hair dryer. have you ever done that?
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Right now i'm in the middle of drying my clothes with hair dryer, then i wander if any one else done this before. Anyway I'm doing his because i don't have enough money to go to laundry and today is cloudy and cold weather, so i can't lie my clothes outside. So let me know if you have done this before, or if you think it's weird and i should stop this right now and never do this again.

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The "struggle" is real people.
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Why don't you just hang them up inside? Just put a towel down underneath your clothes, so your floor doesn't get wet.
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Catzombiez wrote:

Why don't you just hang them up inside? Just put a towel down underneath your clothes, so your floor doesn't get wet.


I actually twist it very hard so there is no droplet of water left and i want it to be dry in the next 5 or 6 hours.
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Posted 11/4/13
That... Actually sounds like a good idea. My apartment's dryer sucks and never fully dries my clothes. Maybe I should try this.
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Aokidanza wrote:

That... Actually sounds like a good idea. My apartment's dryer sucks and never fully dries my clothes. Maybe I should try this.


The only down side of this that i found so far is the very loud sounds the hair dryer it make. If you going to do this get ear plugs.
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I always have to put my clothes into the dryer.. so that I can cuddle with them afterwards when they're perfectly warm
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Unless you're in a hurry and need an outfit later today, I'd suggest putting them on hangers and letting them drip-dry along your bathroom curtain rod. I do that with my delicates. I imagine using a hair dryer for an entire load would be very time consuming and rack up your electricity.

The only time I've ever used a hair dryer for drying an outfit was specifically for a spot. Like if I spilled coffee on a shirt, cleaned if off really quick, then used the hair dryer on the spot before I had to leave my house.
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Gyava wrote:

I always have to put my clothes into the dryer.. so that I can cuddle with them afterwards when they're perfectly warm


What if your dryer stop working like if it's broke and you can't fix it by the time you wanted to dry your clothes?

Does you know what that mean? it's mean you wouldn't not get the chance to cuddle and snuggle with your dry clothes.
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clothes ....no....but shoe yes.....rainy days,arrive at office with wet leather shoe,then ask the nearby hair salon for a hair dryer......the girl give me a 'wtf' look....haha. hair dryer got a lot of use,cleaning out dust from machine,vaporising wet pendrive,heck i even use it for balloon once..
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012013014 wrote:

i even use it for balloon once..


Me too, I have tried using it on small hot air balloon made of plastic trash bag, but it didn't go farther then 4 feet though (stupid gravity).
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Posted 11/4/13 , edited 11/4/13

Thfelese wrote:

I actually twist it very hard so there is no droplet of water left and i want it to be dry in the next 5 or 6 hours.


Wouldn't that leave them wrinkled? Honestly though getting a small clothes line or a little clothes rack and letting it sit outside for a few hours will do wonders. As for the weirdness; not at all. Make due with what you can. Nothing wrong with that :P

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Posted 11/4/13 , edited 11/4/13
Yep, I've had to do this. Of course, it's not my preferred way of drying clothes, but if you are in a hotel room, it can come in handy.
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No, I have a dryer.
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Aaah yes, funny you should ask this. My dryer broke about 2 months back and I had an emergency need for a pair of pants. Popped the good ol' hair dryer in and it got them nice and dry fairly quickly.
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