Yes, but I do it either in the early morning or late afternoon, not during the hottest part of the day. We get temperatures up to 42 degree celcius some days in the summer here and you'd be mad to go out in that if you don't have to.
Absolutely. I am fortunate with our climate that I can do this. It is rare that we use a clothes dryer. Good clothes stay inside on hangers inside and I have an antique wall mounted contraption I hang the undies inside also.
I love the smell of washing after it has been in the sun. Especially sheets!
No, I did that once and got sun AND heat stroke as a result! On really hot days, I would hang my washing out the minute I woke up - so about 6am and bring it in before 9am. Properly dried washing is lovely but not worth risking my health for!
Yes I do.
I try to get it out as soon as possible, due to the heat and sun burning down....I use the time to also get my Vitamin D dose.
I have to be very quick each time....because I make a lot of trips to the line, in a week.
NO never. I will do my washing in the evening while still light, and bucket most of the water on the plants. My house and garden is 100% rain water so I dont wash much-lol. Then I hang out the wash and bring it in around 9 or 10 am. I only do this if I dont have to rush out the next morning. Strong sunlight absolutely wrecks clothes. I turn strong coloured items inside out also.
Only my dark wash & always turned inside out, like my mother used to do, so they donít fade, but not sheets. We have a lot of trees hanging over our cloths line, which we canít remove, & we get birds flying around in the trees, which were pooing on my light coloured cloths so they now hang on plastic hangers on the shower rail. All the sheets & dooner covers have to go in to the dryer, Iím afraid..