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Drying your clothes in the cooking oven

  

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  1. 1. Have you ever used a cooking oven to dry clothes?



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tiagosilva29    885

You all know the drill.

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FMH    715

But couldn't that cause a fire?

My answer is no.

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Crisp    3,271

I've warmed boxer shots in a Microwave before, but not an Oven.

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Lord Method Man    1,613

:huh:

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Charisma    2,388

######?

I've never heard of this O_O I'd be too afraid of catching them on fire. I've accidentally set fire to a dish towel when I was using it as a makeshift potholder--no way I would put fabric I cared about in there.

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Detection    2,256

Yes because I love smelling of beef

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Nick H.    7,988

I use the oven to cook things. I use the drier to dry things...

Voted "no."

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Steve B.    466

Radiators work, plus we have a gas oven.

Gas ovens are powered by fire.

This would be bad.

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+jamesyfx    352

Never! it sounds like one of the most unhygienic things ever. lol

I'd rather just hang my clothes out to dry either outside or on a radiator. And if I want to waste thousands of watts of energy.. I'd use a tumble dryer. xD

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remixedcat    2,766

anyone try baking an edible thong????

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BGM    95

the only think i have put in the oven besides food are brake discs... when i was trying to bake some paint on them, man that stank the whole house out! :o

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Marshall    15,354

anyone try baking an edible thong????

WTF, that was random. :p

To answer the question, the majority of the time my oven is used for cooking pizzas. So no, I don't want my clothes smelling like pizza.

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Hum    6,930

Set to say, 100 F, it should work. Just use a timer and check frequently. ;)

I've sometimes dried clothes, over a forced hot air heater vent. Works nicely.

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remixedcat    2,766

WTF, that was random. :p

To answer the question, the majority of the time my oven is used for cooking pizzas. So no, I don't want my clothes smelling like pizza.

search on amazon.com and they got em.....

and that would be the only good reason to put an item of clothing into an oven!

LOL and no... I haven't tried it yet.

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+hedleigh    126

When I was a child and we had a slow combustion stove, yes. We used to fire it up and open the oven door to heat the kitchen! :D

Not in an electric or gas oven though.

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episode    569

You all know the drill.

Someone has been watching Seinfeld.

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Rohdekill    728

I only do that when warming my dinner in the dryer....which is never.

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Growled    3,880

I think I speak for the majority when I say no. :D

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Guest xiphi   

Would give a new meaning to "eat my shorts".

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redvamp128    321

Ovens no-- but I have done this one with a shirt though....

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Mr Bean seen here is drying his pants (if you have never seen the movie)

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Nothing Here    450

No. But I have taken wet shoes and put them in front of the oven that I had open before.

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Yusuf M.    1,354

No. I've had to dry my clothes once while my drying machine was unavailable and I didn't think of putting them in my oven.

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John S.    359

no but i've dried socks in the microwave....have to be careful not to burn them :laugh:

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Colin McGregor    569

I was a university student so yes I have. Partying all night and needing to dry your clothes before class. Boom oven

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