Add towel to wet clothes in dryer?
Question:I heard a rumor that it helps to add a dry towel into the load when you are running your clothes dryer, because it helps absorb the moisture from the wet clothes.any truth to this? I'm looking for a way to dry my clothes faster because I am a procrastinator...any tips? HELP!?!
It can help, but make sure your vent filter is clean. Towels can clog it up fast.
No, then it takes longer to dry the wet towel. If the towel gets wet, then that has to dry as well as the clothes, right? That is totally senseless. you're just making a heavier load to dry and the more in the load, the more time it takes to dry.
Yes this help´s a lot . also it stop´s static
i think it does work
Have been using the dryer balls featured on TV but available in specialty section of many stores such as Walmart. It will show the symbol "as seen on TV". I find they shorten the drying time a great deal and make the clothes softer. However, they do not prevent static clean as they state they do. They also keep large items from getting knotted together while drying and then ending up damp when everything else is dry. They cost 9.99 for a set which is the way they are packaged. Should save the cost in energy or coins at the laundromat fairly quickly.
we always do that at my house- especially when doing a smaller load. it absorbs and redistributes the moisture from the wet clothes, and helps reduce static energy while doing this.
I use the dryer balls AND a heavy towel.works great.
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