WHEN the temperature drops, clothes can be difficult to dry.
But Mrs Hinch fans have revealed a quick and easy trick to help speed up drying times in the winter – and all you need is a dehumidifier.
One woman took to the Facebook page Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips to ask for advice, writing: “May I ask how to dry clean laundry in the house? Do I use the dryer and hang the items? There must be a dryer in the hallway on a rail, but I put it off due to a lot of people passing.
“I wish I had a utility space, but I turned it into a home office. How do you guys dry clean? ”
Others were quick to give their advice on the post, with one saying: “I’ve been using a dehumidifier for years, it also dries clothes faster.”
“Totally agree,” another added.
Another wrote: “Whatever you decide, please remember that moisture needs to go somewhere.
“Drying clothes indoors, unlike using a tumble dryer, will require a dehumidifier otherwise you will cause all kinds of problems with condensation and dampness.
“Opening the window now and then isn’t enough, I’ve been there unfortunately.”
A drying rack is also among other suggestions, while another said they use a dehumidifier in addition to drying clothes on a radiator.
“I have very limited cooling space in my house, so I will put some of my dry goods on a shelf and put a dehumidifier right nearby,” they wrote.
“Not only am I worried about mold building up, but it also dries clothes a lot faster, which is a game changer.”
Dehumidifiers can be expensive, but will last a few years and cost from around £100 in stores.
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https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4567270/mrs-hinch-fan-hack-speeding-up-washing-drying-winter/ Mrs Hinch fans share an easy way to make laundry dry faster in winter