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Drying clothes with a hair dryer. have you ever done that?
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Posted 11/4/13

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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



Wrinkles doesn't bother me and i hang them in walk in closet, so the hair dryer won't blow them away.
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A few years ago but yeah, or If i'm in a rush and something isn't dry.
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I have, I like this thread. I honestly thought I was the only person who did that lmfao
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taichi556 wrote:

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.


Was it jeans pant or cloth? because my are all t-shirt and it taking me quite long minutes.
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i have never thought of that lol but the majority of my clothes i hang inside anyway so that they can last longer; constantly putting some clothes through heat and tumble causes them to wear out quicker

but i guess if i had a shirt i wanted to wear like that day and i didn't have anything else nor had a dryer i guess i would use a hairdryer lol..
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Khaltazar wrote:

No, I have a dryer.


What if if you get into my shoe? will you dry your clothe with a hair dryer?
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sdisanno wrote:

I have, I like this thread. I honestly thought I was the only person who did that lmfao


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I have a dryer now but before I just let it go through a second spin in the washer and then hang everything up indoors over night. If there is something heavy that will take a while, I hang it on or near a box fan. I've never used a blow dryer before...but that's a good tip if I need to get something dry fast. I normally just used an iron for that. :/
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Hehe it gets warm especially helpful when you wake up durin the winter...I STRUGGLE to get up. In the morning during winter XD
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No, never. :0

That's interesting though. First time I've heard someone do this.
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Posted 11/4/13

Thfelese wrote:


taichi556 wrote:

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.


Was it jeans pant or cloth? because my are all t-shirt and it taking me quite long minutes.


A pair of cargo pants actually. So I suppose it's a bit more towards the jean family.
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I only do that if I spill something on my clothes other than doing that I leave them out to dry.
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The "struggle" is real people.


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depends on the material
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No, but I've dried clothes by hanging them low, near a heater.
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Nixxy3 wrote:

No, but I've dried clothes by hanging them low, near a heater. :)


But that will take forever.
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