Super Energy Efficient
How much money do you spend on drying your
According to a quick search on the internet, the
following seems to be the average for American households:
Loads of laundry per week is 7.5;
Average drying time per load is 45 minutes;
Average watts a clothes dryer uses: 5,000;
Average cost per kilowatt (varies widely): $0.12.
At that rate an average household spends over $175
per year drying their clothes in a clothes dryer. Why not
hang your clothes out on a clothes line and save money? Most
times of the year for most Americans in most locations this is a
very easy solution.
What if it is raining?
What if it is winter?
What if I live in an apartment and don't have a place for a clothes
What if I live in a community where it is illegal to hang clothes
Unfortunately I didn't make that last one up.
Well, here is an easy solution to save money while
drying your laundry. Not to be confused with money laundering--that is something all together different, and actually if you have
those problems you are probably not too worried about trying to save
money drying clothes--these are strong, quality racks using
smooth ¾" dowels that are attached to the ¾"x1¼" poplar frame with
screws, not staples.
a real energy efficient way to dry your clothes,
check out these hand crafted Amish made clothes racks!
Model: Drying space * Upright (HxWxL) * Folded * Weight *
We measure drying space by adding up the total usable
Mini: 24 ft. * 38”x12”x30” * 30”x16”x8” * 8 lbs. * $64.95
Small: 34 ft. * 60”x19.5”x40 * 40”x25.5”x8” * 16 lbs. *
Large: 40 ft. * 70”x23”x48” * 48”x30”x8” * 18 lbs. *
Air drying your clothes will reduce wear and tear on them, and
they will last much longer not getting beat up in an electric
dryer. These have a 3-4 week lead time.