A common question faced by us all is that - is the conventional way of drying clothes better, or is the modern way of using the dryer better? Here, we'll take a look at some of these dilemmas faced.
1. Fabric Restrictions
An advantage held by line drying is the flexibility it offers to homeowners as compared to the the conventional dryers today. There are certain kinds of clothes that we simply do not throw them into the dryer such as - wool, silk, dress shirts and workout tights, the list goes on. These restrictions however, are not faced when you are line drying.
2. Shrinking or Warping
We've all probably heard this before - the dress that shriveled down to the size of a doll, or the blouse that shredded itself mysteriously. For people like us, we have to learn how to treat them right, or wash them right, in this case. There are some fabrics that don't handle heat well; such as wool or silk - they either warp or shrink. To circumvent this, getting yourself a good laundry rack should rid yourselves of this issue.
One of the main benefits of line drying is that it aids in safeguards the fabric material, meaning the fibres and elasticity are maintained. This helps safeguard the shelf life of your precious clothings for as long as possible. This also helps keep any potential creases after drying to a minimum.
On the other hand, after drying your clothes via a dryer may result in deep creases to your once elegant garments due to the continuously twisted motion in the drying process. Not to forget, the weight of the pile further sets into the laundry, making it even harder to smoothen it out.
Homeowners, say goodbye to the conventional way of drying your laundry and hello to the new and now - drying your laundry with technology. Clean and Dry your laundry faster, cleaner and better.