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It's sunny, and windy, but it's COLD ... Would you bother?

(8 Posts)
colditz Wed 17-Oct-12 10:54:42

I've loads of washing to get through but I don't want to wash it if I can't get it dry. It's 11 c outside, is it worth it?

greensnail Wed 17-Oct-12 11:03:42

I would, but you need to get it out soon or it won't have enough time to dry.

Edofthe13prams Wed 17-Oct-12 11:09:45

No, I have been hanging everything on the tops of doors and radiators for a couple of months now...if you put it out you'll only have to bring it in again.

Especially if it pours with rain.

Just hang it inside.

Edofthe13prams Wed 17-Oct-12 11:11:41

also - it might dry somewhat out there but you'll still need to hang it up to air ir when it comes in, as it's likely to be damp.

I am a bit lazy though.

Poledra Wed 17-Oct-12 11:16:32

Yes, Because it smells so much better if it's been outside. And it gets at least partly dry, so finishes off quicker in the house. But do it NOW or it'll be too late <we're all dooooooomed>

dikkertjedap Wed 17-Oct-12 20:17:07

Yes, because it will smell much nicer even if you have to finish the drying indoors on airing racks.

derekthehamster Wed 17-Oct-12 20:18:48

All my washing has been drying fine outside. But it's not that cold down south grin

Edofthe13prams Wed 17-Oct-12 20:22:07

Oh I feel such a failure now! blush

Everything is difficult though, I'm a bit too pregnant for lugging wet washing up into the garden and back (steps here)

though I have been up a ladder putting up curtains all day

priorities don't you know grin

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