in the U.S., 17% of the account of the electricity of an average American comes from the use of household appliances, such as refrigerator, washer and dryer. What you can do, though, to save energy and therefore money?
1. First of all, if your washing machine is over 10 years old you pay no to know about 130 euro plus the time that you would pay if your washing machine was new. One of the reasons this happens is that the new washing machines consume less water than before.
2. Try to use lukewarm water for washing your clothes in the washing machine, as well as in this way you would save more money.
3. It is also important for your pocket to do laundry only when you think you can fill it. It is good sometimes to wait to fill the basket of laundry up to do the laundry. This will save water and energy.
4. Another way to save energy and therefore money, is to dry of course, your clothes, spreading them on the clothesline and don’t use the dryer (if you have). This will make it easier and ironing your clothes won’t wrinkle as much when you lay out in the sun.