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whiteguineapig wrote: »
this may help someone else
this year i started to use the launderette to dry my washing as i was having condensation problems
i do 2 loads of washing then take it to dry. it cost aprox £1.60 to dry 2 loads
as soon as the weather improved i stopped,
i have saved an old honey jar and put it upstairs and each week i have been putting 3 or 4 20p's in it
this should spread the cost
northwest1965 wrote: »
I've never done this Jacey, do they ever become soggy when defrosted?
Eenymeeny wrote: »
Thanks for the new thread Penny, now that's some challenge!
How about today when I wrapped a bottle of water in a microfibre teatowel before placing in my bag to go out for the day? It kept cool and absorbed any drips. We also had a cloth handy for dirty little hands and faces!:D
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