Fluff Friday 211
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I dry diapers on a rack once daily
I always line dry covers. in the summer, I dry everything on the clothesline. When weather doesn't permit using the clothesline, I line dry covers on a drying rack & dry inserts & cloth wipes in the dryer.
I have a rack and a drier similar to the one being offered in this giveaway
I love line drying in the summer but in the winter I tend to use the dryer because I don't have enough space to hang much except covers.
I try to line-dry every once in a while…not often enough!
I try to line-dry every so often…not enough!
I always line/air dry… This is my first winter cloth diapering, so I may have to resort to using my dryer occasionally, though.
I always air or line dry our covers. We haven't had a clothes line for very long but I think late Spring through early Fall we were hanging diapers on the line along with all of our laundry.
I line dry my Flip covers every time they are washed!
I dry my Flip covers every time I wash them!
I would love this, by rack takes up so much room in our small laundry room! I use the rack for all the shells and just throw the inserts and wipes in the dryer. Seems to be working well for us so far!
I line dry our diaper covers every laundry load, but the diapers themselves only as needed. Unfortunately, where we live, we only rarely get to put them out in sunshine to airdry!
I line dry mine every other day ( every wash) and only when the sun isnt out then i throw them in the dryer but the sun is fantastic a natural bleach and money saver
i line dry every wash only ever use the dryer when the sun isnt out or its raining, the sun is amazing a natural bleacher of stains and saves a ton of money
I always hang dry my covers – inserts go in the dryer!
I don´t yet, the baby is coming next year…
when I can, I put them over a laundry basket and put them outside on the porch, or just lay them over the top of a playpen or etc. in front of a window.
On a drying rack.
We have to line dry our PUL covers, wetbags, and hemp inserts every wash.
I line dry every was day. My covers never go in the dryer. Neither do my pockets. The only ones that do are the bamboo pockets and my AIOs and that's only to fluff for 10 minutes.
I haven't started using them yet (will be in february!) but I had planned to air dry almost always and then we relocated to Indiana so I will air dry them when I can outside and maybe use a rack inside for winter.
This is awesome! I have been looking for a better way to air dry my diapers during the winter.
i try to line dry every wash when it's summer time. In the winter time I normally use the dryer on low heat
This is awesome! I have been looking for a way to air dry my diapers during the winter.
We line dry our Flip covers daily.
I only line dry diapers!
I am a newbie, so havent line dried it yet, but I love line drying my clothes
I am a newbie so I haven't line dried them yet, however I love line drying my clothes What are the benefits of line drying the diapers?
I won't be cloth diapering til March. But I'd really like to line dry as much as possible.
I have not started cloth diapering yet. But I plan on line drying every other day when I do laundry. But I have not figured out my backup plan yet for rainy days.
My drying rack is too small for all of our diapers, this one would be great!
My rack is too small, this would be great to add more space!
I line tried while I was on maternity leave & during good weather.
I dry everything – do dryer in our house.
that is AMAZING! i always line dry my diapers and covers!
that is amazing! i always line dry my diapers when its pretty out! but my covers always needs to be hung to dry!!
this would make my life so much easier!
I want to save money
I dont ever line dry because I dont have anything go dry them with. I usually lay them on a towel to dry.
I dont ever line dry because I dont have anything to dry them on. I usually lay them on a towel to dry. which takes forever.
I haven't been cloth diapering that long (just a few months), so I have been using my dryer on low heat. But I would like to try to line dry (especially because I have heard sunning can be good for them) if I had a good system for it.
I line dry diapers in the summer and now I'm using our accordion drying rack.
I try to line dry out on my deck whenever the weather and my kids cooperate.
We line dry the covers and AIOs all the time (except for the first time when we dry them in the dryer to help seal the PUL). Inserts like hemp ones we usually start in the dryer and finish off air drying.
I send them through one dryer cycle on low and then line dry to finish them up
I dry my covers on hangers that I hang on a shelf above my dryer.
I dry my covers on hangers that I hang on a wire shelf above my dryer.
This would be a great space saver while drying my dipes.
I always line dry my covers. I line dry diaps in the summer.
I line dry in the summer. We're moving to a new house soon that has a large laundry room, so I'm hoping to be able to line dry indoors then – but I'll need something to hand them from *wink wink*
I only dry outside in the summer so far. BUT if I won this, I would totally dry covers inside
I havent gotten to use any of them yet but after the long dry times after prepping I am thinking that I will be line drying most of the time, I do live in The Sun Shine State so I bet it will be a great option!
I will line dry covers when I think to take them out of the laundry before they hit the dryer. If I had a dedicated space to dry them I might line dry them and my pockets.
I always line dry our shells every 2-3 days. ~E. Dickson
I line dry my covers and wet bags, but I prefer to toss my inserts in the dryer.
I usually dry my diapers in the dryer on low…I am still new to the cloth diapering world (just a few months) and the weather hasn't been cooperative consistently to line dry outside…But I am looking forward to trying it and seeing if the sunning helps brighten them too.
I always line dry my covers…inside, three times a week.
When we were CDing full time,I would line dry about once a week. During the summer about every other day.
I line dry all my diapers and inserts on a drying rack.
I line dry all of my cloth diapers and inserts on a drying rack.
I line dry all the time, i only put my diapers in the dryer when i definately did not have time or was too busy.
Right now I'm hanging up all my diapers. I used dryer sheets in my dryer in the past and have read that you shouldn't dry your diapers in there too due to residue…
Always air dry covers. Inserts rotate between air and the dryer.
I just startex cloth diapers on my 14 month old daughter 3 weeks ago. I just ordered a drying rack online and cant wait to start hanging my diapers!
can't wait to start line drying
i always line dry all of my diapers and covers. they have never seen a dryer in 16 months of diapering
i always line dry my diapers and covers. they have never felt a dryer
i always line dry my diapers and covers.
I'm a newbie, so I haven't dried yet… but I hear it's much better!
I line dry all the time!!
i really would like this to dry diaper covers and shells
I always line dry, especially covers. In the summer, they go straight into the sun, and in the winter, they help humidify our home.
Love line drying!!!!
I line dry covers every time, but I don't have space (or time) to line dry inserts and AIOs.
I always line dry covers, but never inserts or AIOs. When I've tried, it takes several days and then they're all crunchy (and I don't have my own dryer to fluff in).
I line dry my diapers about once a week.
I will definiely be needing this when I have my baby…..
I always air-dry my covers, and dry my pocket diapers whenever I can!
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I line dry as much of my clothes as I can- saves energy and my clothes!!!
I always line-dry anything w/PUL and everything else goes in the dryer, unless it's warm enough to hang everything outside.
New to CD, wanting to line dry as much as possible
new to cd, but want to line dry as much as possible
I have something similar this this that I line dry the covers and pocket outers with. Sometimes I will hang the whole diaper wash. Next spring I am determined to start line drying outside.
I always line dry my diapers. this would be a great new way to do it. I have a rack that i put them on now but would love to try this…:)
I actually am new to CD so I haven't done anything yet, but with that nifty gadget I'm sure it would be great to dry the covers with.
We always air dry our diapers. Only when we're in a hurry and need one quick do we dry it in the dryer.
I always line dry the covers (either on a rack indoors or line outdoors when weather permits).
My little one isn't here yet, but I will line dry diapers as much as I can after she arrives.
My little one isn't here yet, but I hope to line dry once she arrives.
I use a rack and dry every second load usually.
This would make line drying so much easier!!
I air dry biweekly
We haven't started CDing yet (little one is on his way soon!), but we'll hang them most of the time, weather permitting.
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I would love to have a indoor clothes line. The sun doesnt really hit the back yard due to the woods. When I do need to sun out stains, I have to lay them on my front porch. The mail lady gets a kick out of seeing my little girls diapers
I always line dry. Need more places to hang though.
I have never line dried our diapers, but we do air dry them over the shower rod in our guest bathroom, since no one ever uses it.
I have never line dried our diapers, but we do air dry them by putting them over the shower rod in our guest bathroom (since no one uses it!).
we air dry when ever we wash
I always air dry using a drying rack
I always air dry shells/covers using a drying rack. When I was doing more diaper laundry (DD is daytime potty trained now), I would line dry in the sun about once a week.
I always line dry covers but use the dryer for inserts
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