During the cold and blustery autumn and winter months, drying clothes outside becomes much more difficult and challenging to plan ahead. If you have a tumble dryer, clothes drying is less of a hassle, with the exception that most of your clothes can actually go in the dryer.
However, if you don’t own a tumble dryer, drying clothes indoors on racks and near radiators is your only option.
It might be tempting to get all your clean washing out of the machine as quickly as possible, but take your time, hanging bedding neatly spread out, will reduce drying time, the risk of horrid damp smells, and your ironing pile! The Vileda Infinity dryer is excellent for large loads of washing and large bedsheets, its large size fits them all comfortably, meaning you don’t have to stockpile them until the next sunny day.
Another great tip is to use coat hangers on the drier. Using hangers for shirts, blouses and other items like cardigans and jackets when drying, will stop creases setting in and make ironing them less of a chore too. With infinity dryer, you can put two loads to dry at once!
The Vileda Infinity dryer folds up, making it ideal for storing when it is not in use, it won’t get stuck in your way. Positively it unfolds much bigger than a regular clothes horse making it a fabulous go-to when you can’t put your washing outdoors.
There’s plenty of additional tips for drying your clothes in an apartment with the Vileda dyer. Before you hang up your clothes, give the load an extra spin in your washing machine, especially for more substantial items like jeans and towels, to help speed up the drying process. Choosing a high spin cycle helps to remove excess water. It’s also important to shake wet laundry and rotate it when drying to avoid stiffening.
It is a good idea to put your infinity dryer wherever there’s movement in the air, perhaps near an open window or by a fan if it’s a warm day. You can also put it a short distance from a heater (but not too close!)
That said, don’t be tempted to overload your Infinity dryer and pile up all of your wet clothes and sheets- they require air and ventilation to dry correctly and without causing that musty odour. We hate to repeat ourselves but really take the time to hang items one by one, leaving enough space between clothes.