I read this post from Froogs last week and was reminded that although we live in the opposite hemisphere and it is spring here, it would soon be a struggle to get the washing dry.
We have mild, sunny winter days with relatively low humidity but the spring and summer are a different story. The spring thunderstorms have started and before we know it we will have 6 months of humidity greater than 90%.
I do have a tumble drier but try to limit the use of it. The dehumidifier is a very effective drier so I set up my wet washing in the bathroom with the dehumidifier. The bathroom is a perfect choice as it is a small room so the effect is concentrated and as an added bonus the towels end up warm and dry as well.
The top rail of the shower screen is perfect to attach the hanger with socks and underwear (and the occasional ziplock bag!)
I retrieved the portable rotary clothesline from the cupboard and put it up in the bathroom.
In the really humid weather I also ‘air’ the ironed clothes for an hour or so with the dehumidifier to make sure they are totally dry before I put them away in the wardrobe.
We do have a rotary clothesline outdoors but I rarely use that as we have plenty of clothesline under the verandah. However, when it is so humid I do resort to drying the clothes using the dehumidifier.
What seasons are a problem for you? How do you get the clothes dry?