by Doris Donnerman
(last updated February 21, 2009)
Whenever you dry or wash your clothes it costs money and energy, just like when driving a car, baking cookies, or anything else in life. Especially if you do laundry for a whole family, it would be beneficial to find ways to cut back on energy usage and money. So to help you along in your goal of frugality (and environmentalism) here are a few tips to get you started:
Saving energy when drying clothes isn't impossible and can definitely help to reduce your monthly energy bill. Many of these ideas just use basic, domestic common sense. There is the need to be frugal in today's times and so by keeping an eye out for these money and energy saving opportunities you'll be doing yourself a huge favor. These are pretty simply tips, but if followed they can make a big difference, both environmentally and financially.
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