Can I dry clothes that say line dry?
People also ask, can you machine dry line dry?
No need for dryer sheets, line drying eliminates static cling. Just make sure to add a fabric softener to your wash load. By properly hanging your clothing to air dry – you can reduce wrinkles and have less ironing. This is also accomplished in a clothes dryer if clothing is not left inside the dryer too long.
Additionally, what happens if you put dry clothes in the dryer? Running dry clothes through a dryer won't hurt anything. To dry clean you need a special bag to put your clothes in before going in the dryer. And also, your clothes get dried when in the dryer so technically near the end of the cycle you have dry clothes going through the dryer.
Beside above, should I line dry my clothes?
Line Drying is Gentle on Clothing Excessively high heat in the dryer can ruin some fabrics and cause irreversible damage. Except for knitted sweaters and garments that should be dried flat to prevent stretching, line drying is more gentle to fibers than a dryer.
What does it mean by line dry?
If we're talking about laundry, to “line dry” is to dry clothes (or sheets, towels, or other cloth goods) by hanging them on a clothesline (a length of rope or cord or wire stretched between two stationary objects). Line drying is contrasted with, for example, using a drying machine such as an automatic clothes dryer.