There is a strong movement against automatic clothes dryers. There's good reason for this: Dryers are huge energy consumers - the biggest hogs in the average American home. They are hard on electric and gas bills. And they are hard on clothes, too. But what if you don't have space for - or, due to regulations, aren't allowed to have - a traditional clothes line or tree? Here are some ideas.
* Hang a clothes line under a coverage porch.
* Install a line in your basement (as long as it doesn't have moisture issues).
* Install a line on your (flat) rooftop.
* Buy a clothes rack or tree and place it in an out of the way location in your home. Placing it near a heat source speeds up drying - just be sure clothes aren't too clothes to the heat source, or you may cause a fire.
* Hang wet clothes on ordinary clothes hangers and place them over the shower rod to dry.
* Install a BreezeDry drying cabinet in your home. It pulls air from outside and circulates it to dry clothes, using 90 percent less energy than a traditional clothes dryer.
Do you dry your clothes indoors? What's you're method?