A clothes dryer can solve the problem of a long wet, rainy and cold season, but not every family can afford to buy and use this device.
In addition, not all fabrics are suitable for drying, which can cause clothes to shrink due to high temperatures if not careful.
To avoid these hassles, check out these 7 quick drying clothes tips below.
1. Stretch your clothes as much as possible
Cold season clothes are often heavy, difficult to dry, even those with pockets, hats or other cumbersome designs are easy to collect water. This is what makes it difficult for moisture to escape.
Therefore, when drying, stretch the clothes as much as possible, keeping the hat bag open. If there are too many clothes to be cleaned, it should be divided into different washing batches.
2. Hang clothes where the air circulates well
Many people think that hanging clothes by the window or in the house will effectively limit the rain and condensation. However, this habit inadvertently creates conditions for dirt and mold spores to grow in the living space, due to the high humidity in the air and the inability to vent.
3. Using electronic devices
A dehumidifier is not only an effective assistant for every family when the weather is humid, but also helps clothes dry faster. Especially when it rains, the dehumidifier also brings into full play its professional ability. Please dry clothes in an enclosed space and turn on the dehumidifier, ensuring that the clothes will dry quickly.
In addition, electric fans can also dry clothes. After washing clothes, put them in front of the fan and turn on the strongest mode. Or you can also use the air conditioner. Choose a small room and then turn on the machine. Then, place the clothes rack in the room. After a night, just take your clothes that are completely dry and put them in the closet.
4. Absorb water with a large cotton towel
Before drying, you can put thick clothes in a large cotton towel, press firmly or roll the towel to absorb the water on the clothes, then take it out to dry. If large towels are not available, you can use a dry towel to do the same before drying.
Another way is to take a large cotton towel and spread it over the outfit. Then use an iron (ironing board), iron it again and again on that towel. The moisture from the clothes then penetrates the towel very quickly. In just a few minutes, you will feel the dryness of the garment.
5. Plastic bags and hair dryers
This method is similar to the way a clothes dryer works when using hot air to evaporate water.
After washing, wring out the water completely to dry the clothes completely. Put the clothes in a large plastic bag or cellophane, then use a hair dryer to dry the clothes. However, this method needs to be careful because not all fabrics can withstand large amounts of heat. In addition, you should also choose a good heat-resistant plastic bag to avoid the bag being hot and melting the plastic.
When the clothes are still wet or damp, fold them up, then put them in a plastic bag and put them in the freezer. This method will be more effective if left overnight.
The cold air in the freezer will dry the clothes completely. The last step is to take it out, iron it once and use it right away. This method is very useful for sunny days.
7. Hanging clothes upside down
After washing is complete, wring it out and shake it vigorously so that the clothes do not wrinkle after drying.
Then, using a hook, hang it on a rope and dry it outside. For clothes such as jeans, trousers, t-shirts, etc., they should be left to dry, helping the clothes to dry faster and dry faster.
Vy Trang (Follow aboluowang)