I'm one of those, hang the clothes on the line as long as possible - actually day, a bright brisk in the 40's may have reached 50's weather, the clothes went on the line.
There are lots of reason I do this. It keeps clothes from wearing out sooner, it brings the fresh of the air onto your body to help you heal, without you even knowing. It keeps the electricity bill low. But mostly because it's soothing. It keeps you grounded and humble.
But as the days grown colder and darker, some of the clothes will end up going into dryer and that's where wool/alpaca balls come in handy. Lowers the drying time and if you add essential oils to the dryer balls, you have your fragrance. But this fragrance is safe. Or you can keep them fragrance free.
By keeping the fragrance out, you are removing one toxin from your life - YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's the simple easy steps that help. I'm all for simple.
Keeping the toxins out of our clothes, food, air will, over time, heal all of us. Let's start simple - ditch the dryer sheets and go with wool or alpaca balls.
Amazon carries them - or help a local farmer out.
We're all in this together - let's help each other
Love and light
These are one of the most despicable creatures I have encountered in a long time. They are right up with ticks - at least chickens like ticks but nothing I know of eats these little buggers.
I'm working hard to keep them from destroying my flowers/herbs/and trees. I finally think I have a good combo - garlic and cayenne pepper with a tablespoon (I think I put than that in my sprayer), fill with water and spray. This is a daily thing for me because I forgot to spray my yard in the spring.
I did that last year and they were non existent - this year, with all the water they can burrow deeper and come out strong - blech!
So if you're looking to salvage your gardens, try using garlic and cayenne with some dish soap. Let me know if it works for you. If you got a tried and true recipe that is clean, send it along and I'll pass on the info!