Tie Down Your Air-Drying Clothes
If you’re air-drying your clothes on a hotel balcony (or similarly outdoors) and don’t have any super-duper clothes pins to keep them secure, here’s a suggestion: Tie part of the clothing to the chair or table you’re laying it on. That way, if it gets windy, you won’t lose the clothes. I’ve learned this the hard way, so recently, I figured this out on my own (I’m slow, I know). As you can see in the photo above, I tied one of the arms of my shirt to the chair to ensure it didn’t blow away. It’s simple, but it works!
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