‘I. Wash in the mornings so that you have the
full day for clothes to dry. Drying is not
ineffective at night, but it's far more effective
during the day when there's warmth and light.
2. Make sure there's space between your clothes
that are hanging. If they're touching each other, the
moisture in the clothes is not exposed to air and
therefore has nowhere to go.
3. Hang your nicer clothes on hangers. Hang the hangers
off the drying rack around the edges or on surrounding
furniture or on the chain of a ceiling fan in a little used
4. Put the drying rack in the sunniest and breeziest part
of the house.
5. Flip. If you find your clothes are taking a little too
long to dry or come up smelling a little musty, you
might consider flipping clothes over on the rack, or
inside out halfway through the drying process.
1. Have suita le -rice to dry laundry outdoors.
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2. Pin up the clothes. Hang the clothes on the line so that
they don't slip and then put the pin on.
3. Use a plastic clothes hanger to dry delicate fabrics.
Place the piece of clothing on a plastic hanger and clip the
hanger to the clothes line to p vent the hanger from
blowing 0 the clothes line.
4. Rotate clothes. Different clothes and fabrics dry at
different rates. If you need to free up line space, check
regularly fordried ite remov 3%; ad dd new wet
items to the line 3
5. Keep your clothesline clean. If your
clothesline is not wiped down regularly, it
will accumulate dirt, sap from insects,
and other soiling over ti . ~
6. Fold the clothes as you take them off the clothesline.
This saves time on ironing and also makes putting them
away easier. As you remove the clothes from the line,
shake and snap them to restore shoe, then fold neatly.
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TIPS ON DRYING CLOTHES
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