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New Poll - Drying Your Clothes
This week's poll was suggested by Afiaki. How do you normally dry the majority of your clothes?

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Question: Can you read Japanese, Chinese, or Korean proficiently?
I can read all 3 - votes: 51 (1.7%)
Japanese and Chinese - votes: 56 (1.9%)
Japanese and Korean - votes: 30 (1%)
Chinese and Korean - votes: 6 (0.2%)
Japanese - votes: 341 (11.7%)
Chinese - votes: 147 (5%)
Korean - votes: 87 (3%)
None - votes: 2208 (75.5%)
There were 2926 total votes.
The poll ended: March 23rd, 2024 10:57am PDT

We're primarily a manga site, so I'm not surprised to see Japanese as the top
Posted by lambchopsil on 
March 23rd 11:04am
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» YuriM on March 23rd, 2024, 2:12pm

It's a dry climate in CIS countries, so hang dry.
Sometimes using electric radiator if it is too cold.


» Great on March 23rd, 2024, 9:19pm

"We're primarily a manga site, so I'm not surprised to see Japanese as the top"

But..... "None" is the Top (75%+). Japanese only 10%+ 😅


» 狂気 on March 24th, 2024, 2:54pm

Always hang dry. Back when I lived in an old zasiki-style house with a puny garden and hang everything indoors, during the rainy season my leather stuff and some clothes started growing mold. It was a real hot, sweaty, moldy zasiki from hell. When I got home in the evening there'd often be a frog sitting just outside the door, clearly enjoying himself as if he was in a paradise. I later learned at a regional museum that the area used to be a swamp before it was drained in the late Edo period.

After couple of months of spending my evenings washing and re-washing my laundry and wiping my leather jacket and accessories with vinegar I finally bought an air purifier and never had mold trouble again. The frog still kept faitfully coming though and occasionally I gave it some offerings.


» VawX on March 24th, 2024, 7:35pm

Always hang dry mmm...


» Erratic-Hopper on March 26th, 2024, 12:06pm

Always hang dry. If it's cold and damp outside we hang it up indoors. With the exception of towels - if they don't go in the dryer it's like rubbing yourself with sandpaper...


» kurotaito on March 27th, 2024, 10:20pm

Depends on the clothing. Most of my cloths are dried with an in-unit dryer, but I have regular circulation of clothes that must be hang dried.