Always indoor drying for me. Every doorknob has a shirt on hanger drying on Sunday (I know someone is going to twist this into some sick, sick joke, but whatevs).
Outdoor drying always fares for the worse, in my experience, and shirts wear out much faster. I guess that's cool if you go from the frayed collar look that some iGents like.
I end up saving money and control how my shirts are cleaned, noting the wear pattern over time with the different fabrics.
Edited by iSurg - 4/8/13 at 5:25am