Devil505 wrote:Wait for 10 minutes or so, when allot of the moisture is gone, then divert it into your house.
Most of us need more moisture in the air during the winter anyway.
Hell I can't get my wife to flip the light switch off when she leaves the room and you think she will go and move a diverter back and forth when she does laundry!
I do not touch the laundry. We used to split all of the chores but over the years they have graduated to being my chores. I do the dishes (dishwasher), vacuum the carpets, sweep and clean the ceramic, clean the bathtubs and toilets (4 of them), some cooking, snow removal, lawn care, take out the gabage and car maintenance. The laundry is one thing that she still does (and some of the cooking) so I don't go near it for fear that it will become my chore.
Don't get me started on cleaning up after yourself as I have been known to clean off the kitchen counter with one swipe of my arm.
ok, deep breaths, calm down.