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31 Aug 10 #221878 by Marshy_
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I have a TD. But I never use it with the heat. Ok my flat looks like a laundry sometimes but hey.

But a good use for a TD is to soften towels. U dont need any heat for this. Just set the TD for the last 10 mins on cold. Chuck yr towels in and they come out soft and not like cardboard. C.

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31 Aug 10 #221879 by WhiteRose
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LOL

I don't have a TD - I have the 'Widow Twankey's Laundry'look - my towels dried on airers (when its too damp to hang them outside on my whirly-gig) but when I get out of the shower its like I'm sandpapering my skin rather than towel drying (but they call it exfoliating and some folk pay heaps for this!) :P

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31 Aug 10 #221897 by Marshy_
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I meant to say towels that are already dry in the TD. I also dry mine airers (read any where I can) and when people are coming round its a rush to stuff all this washing somwhere lol. C

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31 Aug 10 #221901 by WhiteRose
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LOL - me too - when I do the bedding - I have sheets and duvets hung over the doors :blush:

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31 Aug 10 #221919 by Marshy_
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LOL. When I lived in a 3 up 2 down I used to hang sheets over the banester. It looked like someone parachuted into the stairs lol. C.

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31 Aug 10 #221994 by chris75
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I hang my covers and duvet over all my doors too, have some up at the moment in fact! I also hang my shirts on hangers from the curtain rails, looks a bit like a charity shop in here come to think of it...

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31 Aug 10 #221997 by gemfreak07
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Ha Ha - isnt it funny what we will do to save a few pennies - i have always dried clothes over banisters, on hangers like Chris, i have even bought radiator airers as well as ordinary ones, but my favourite is rows of socks and knickers on every radiator. I do own a TD and my one luxury is soft fluffy towels - mmmm!:laugh:

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