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Day 12 - energy challenge - kettles, hair dryers and clothes dryers

Some household appliances use up more energy than others. Ever wondered how a change in your habits at home could make a change to the bottom line in your energy usage? 478 more words

Laundry, Monsoon Style...

Laundry, it has to be done. With three children, it really, really has to be done. Now in Southern Arizona, using a dryer just doesn’t make sense, not when you are broke. 389 more words

Parenthood

What Fabrics Can and Can't be Dried?

The worst day of the week…you know…the one no one looks forward to.  You separate your lights from your darks and your towels and whatever you may have. 710 more words

1st Source Servall

A Cool Mist that Dries Your Clothes

This one is both wild enough to be confused as a conspiracy theory and common sense enough to be the big solution staring us in the face which nobody realized. 80 more words

Home Hacks

A Cool Mist that Dries Your Clothes

This one is both wild enough to be confused as a conspiracy theory and common sense enough to be the big solution staring us in the face which nobody realized. 504 more words

Home Hacks

Washing Days, Drying Weeks!

This weekend was a first for 2017. It’s come early this year – and that’s very exciting!

This weekend I hung some washing outside to dry! 457 more words

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Hackaday Dictionary: Open- and Closed-Loop Systems

Today on Hackaday Dictionary, we’re going to talk about the two basic types of control systems: open-loop and closed-loop. We’ll describe the differences between them and explore the various advantages and disadvantages of each. 1,318 more words

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