I'm a mum & found a clever way to dry clothes outside in winter – it's quick & easy and stops condensation in my house | The Sun

I'm a mum & found a clever way to dry clothes outside in winter – it's quick & easy and stops condensation in my house | The Sun

DURING the winter months, homeowners can experience problems with condensation and mould.

Not only can this be a pricey problem to fix, but it can also be damaging to our health.


But one woman named Maria Edoo took to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains and revealed the very clever way she's trying to prevent condensation altogether – by drying her wet washing outside, despite it being winter.

Alongside an image of a pergola she set up in her garden, she penned: "I can’t use my clothes air dryer indoors because of condensation and the clothes will take ages to dry inside the pergola, not in time for school on Monday.

"So, I’ve moved the air dryer in the pergola and plugged it in into an extension.

"No condensation and clothes dry ready for Monday."

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The post has since racked up many comments from impressed social media users.

"Great idea," enthused one.

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A second asked: "Where did you get the curtains from please?"

Maria replied: "They are tarpaulins. Got them from Amazon."

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A third penned: "We have a pergola…I'm seriously thinking about doing this."

Elsewhere, others voiced the same concern.

"Great idea, but I'd worry using an extension lead where it could get damp," noted one.

Another warned: "You need and out door extension lead."

A further agreed: "Great idea, but I'd worry using an extension lead where it could get damp."

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