I admire wet bedding. Tossed willy-nilly into the dryer, comforters are comfortable; they do not get dizzy somersaulting around, upside down, agile as acrobats.
At the Laundromat, I was in awe of my old and new comforters, tumbling in tandem, cute monkeys paired with faded blue and green stripes. Quite a team!
Once I put my change in the coin-op dryer, I had three options: hi temp, lo temp, or perm press. I chose hi temp. Though the digital red minutes kept decreasing on the screen, "hi" glowed and glowed. So friendly. I especially liked when five minutes remained. Then the screen said, "hi 5." So I did. Not surprisingly, I was the only one at the Laundromat high-fiving my dryer.
I do have a washer/dryer where I live. Before setting out, I did a compare/contrast.
Washer at home = $1.75
Washer at Laundromat = $2.25
Dryer at home = $1.75 for an hour of sketchy heat for large objects
Dryer at Laundromat = $.25/6 minutes for super duper heat, regardless of size.
Spend a quarter there, save a quarter here. It all evens out in the wash.
Causes Eva Schlesinger Supports
Center For Young Women's Development
Alameda County Library Foundation