If you’re in a hurry and you just washed the pants you want to wear in half an hour, don’t despair. In winter, the laundry dries harder and if you don’t have enough room in the bathroom or on the balcony you risk full of mold clothes due to humidity. See how to dry your laundry quickly with a few clever tricks.
The towel trick
If you need a clean pair of jeans and you just washed them all, don’t despair. Put the pair of jeans you need in the washing machine, add 2-3 large fluffy towels and start the spinning program (note, not the rinsing and spinning one!).
Dry towels will absorb much of the moisture and then you only need to iron that piece of clothing.
The squeezing trick
If you want to quickly dry a blouse or a shirt, wrap that piece of clothing in a large dry towel. Wrap in a huge roll, so the shirt to be entirely covered by the towel.
Put the roll down and press it using your soles so that all the moisture inside the shirt to be absorbed into the towel.
Iron that piece of clothing and will be completely dried.
The iron trick
If you want to dry a piece of clothing that stood for a while on the wire and is relatively dry, the easiest way is to iron it without using steam, with a litter over it.
The litter will retain all the steam will come out of the fabric in contact with the iron, and you’ll iron and dry the fabric in the same time.