Save Money and Enjoy Better Air

Use a clothes rack during the winter to help you save money and provide better air quality by adding moisture from your wet clothes.
By Holly Rocca
December 2011/January 2012
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Put your laundry on a clothesline in your home to add moisture to the dry, winter air.
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Using the normal dryness in my home in the winter, I dry a load of clothes overnight on a clothes rack situated next to the radiator in my bedroom. I benefit in two ways: Not using the dryer saves me about $100 a year in electricity, and, as they dry, the clothes add moisture to the dry, winter air in the house.

Holly Rocca
Wayzata, Minnesota








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