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Danelle Ice is an entrepreneur in Los Angeles and mom of 3. She is the creator of HomeEverAfter.com and SimDanelle.com. Danelle is also known as internet personality SimDanelle, the first virtual person. Danelle is a beauty guru on YouTube, vlogger, blogger, and new media darling. She is a current brand ambassador for for Keurig and previous AMD Tech Mom, Kraft Foods Delicious Byte brand ambassador, and Purex Insider.

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  1. Lydia
    May 5, 2011 @ 10:53 am

    Be careful not to try and dry too many items inside your home. If the walls of your house cannot sweat out the extra moisture in the air, you will quickly have a mold problem on your walls. Trust me! I learned the hard way by trying to dry clothes on drying racks inside my house. All the exterior-facing walls now have mold on them, and it will become a disclosure issue when it comes time to sell my house in the future.

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  2. Danelle Ice - Home Ever After
    May 5, 2011 @ 8:01 pm

    @Lydia: Good call. It’s good to dry clothes in bathrooms with a ventilation fan running to get rid of the excess moisture. Thanks for the great reminder!

    Danelle

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  3. Desirae
    June 10, 2011 @ 7:27 pm

    I got two of those screw in hooks and thin rope and made a clothes line in my living room! I try to leave a window cracked or open the door for a while too.

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  4. E. Porter
    September 25, 2011 @ 5:08 am

    We live in the high desert of western kansas where it is dry. By using the clothes to dry in the house we are adding moisture. It needs to be about 50% to be able to reduce the thermostat and improve the healthful breathing. If you turn your furnace fan to “run or on” you will reduce the cold spots or hot spots in your house. You will save electricity costs because it costs more to start the fan than to leave it running.

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  5. 'Becca
    October 18, 2013 @ 12:24 pm

    Nice system! Is it possible to snap/velcro more diaper covers to the one over the rod and hang them down in a chain–or does that get too heavy?

    I am lucky to have a large, dry basement where I can dry my laundry. In previous homes I had other solutions. I’ve rarely used a dryer in the past 22 years. Here are my tips for finding your best laundry drying system.

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    • Danelle Ice
      October 19, 2013 @ 3:42 pm

      I’ve never hooked them together, but that’s a great idea!

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