Mrs Hinch fan shares a ‘nifty’ product that dries clothes in ‘no time’ for 21p per hour.
Fans of MRS HINCH have taken to social media to share their favorite ways to dry clothes indoors during the winter.
Washing clothes can be a chore, especially if you don’t have access to a tumble dryer and don’t have enough space.
One woman asked for help drying her clothes on Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips’ Facebook page.
“What do people recommend for drying clothes inside in a small space?” wrote Sarah Jewers.
“Thank you in advance for being able to dry fairly quickly.”
Members of the group rushed to the comments section to tell Sarah about their laundry hacks.
“I have two big windows that I open and hang them on the curtain pole with coat hangers,” Laura Haystead explained.
“By the end of the day, they’re dry.”
Keeping the windows open will help circulate the air and reduce the risk of mould and mildew.
During the winter, however, this can be difficult and can bring a lot of cold into the home.
“I use an airer and have an oil-filled radiator in our spare room,” Amy Ohara said.
They dry overnight, or by the evenings if I put them in there first thing in the morning.
Airers are available at a variety of stores for a variety of prices.
If the weather prevents you from opening the windows, a dehumidifier is recommended.
“No matter what you do, make sure you have good ventilation,” Janette Ashwin advised.
“I use a dehumidifier overnight and use the clothes dryer,” Paula Rutter-Tranter explained.
In the morning, everything is dry, and I don’t have to iron as much.”
Others in the group suggested getting a DriBUDDi.
“Get a DriBUDDi from Argos, they’re brilliant, take up little space, and can be folded and put away,” Mandie Houghton advised.
“I always use my DriBUDDi to dry clothes; it’s great.”
To save space, fold it down after use,” Nikki Miah wrote.
DriBUDDi uses a warm air motor to dry clothes and uses 25% less energy than other dryers.
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They also assist in the removal of creases from clothing, reducing the need for ironing.
“I was also going to suggest a DriBUDDi,” Amanda Hillary added.
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