A trick for hanging clothes to dry at home (@chloesdealclub)
Winter is already here, and we can no longer hang the clothes outside to dry.
Using a clothes dryer is of course the common solution, but not everyone can afford such a device, or do not want to use it every time due to the electricity costs.
Hanging the clothes to dry on a rack inside the house - but it can produce a bad and unpleasant smell of mold because they take longer to dry and accumulate moisture for a longer time.
But it turns out that there is a better patent than turning on a dryer or heater that will be in front of the clothes, a patent that will save us a lot of time and money.
On the Facebook page of the cleaning guru Sophie Hinch, one of the surfers wrote: "I have a problem with the drying of the clothes. I hang them on the rack to dry and they smell bad because of the moisture, so much so that I have to wash them again. How do I solve this problem ?"
Hang to dry indoors?
This is what needs to be done (Photo: ShutterStock, Atsushi Hirao)
One of the followers on Facebook revealed the secret (quite simple) to overcome this problem.
She explained that the clothes should be well spread out on the rack so that they have more space and thus they will dry better.
The faster the clothes dry - the less likely they are to give off a bad smell.
If necessary - use several drying racks at the same time.
"I usually hang less clothes on the rack and make sure they are spread out enough, that way they dry faster," added another surfer.
"Spread the clothes and put a radiator in front of the rack or open the window if possible," wrote another surfer.
There were also those who explained to her that she should simply give the clothes additional drying using the spin option in the washing machine, and even if it takes more time and consumes more electricity, it is still better than running the clothes dryer.
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