Should you dry your clothes?
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Simply so, is it bad to dry your clothes?
Especially if you're unsure about the drying cycles you should use. So, even though your laundry detergent is safe, your clothes may not be. Line drying will prevent your clothes from withering or shrinking each time it's sent to get dried, and it will also save you the cost of re-purchasing them over time.
Similarly, will clothes dry on air dry? Air Dry or Air Fluff Cycle You'll get the best results by adding a few wool dryer balls to provide a beating action. This cycle is also great for freshening dry clean only clothes or those that have been stored and smell musty. Remember, the air dry or air fluff cycle will not completely dry wet clothes.
Beside this, 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.
How can I dry my clothes faster?
Try placing a fresh, dry towel into a standard tumble-dryer to speed up the water-absorption process. Try ironing or blow-drying each garment to steam out the water with heat. Before you dry: use a high-spin wash, then wring your clothing out to remove any excess water and speed the drying process.