You’ve been drying your clothes all wrong – Mrs Hinch fans show how to get them dry in a flash WITHOUT a tumble dryer | The Sun
15th October 2022

THE washing quickly stacks up, particularly if you have children, and without a tumble dryer you can easily run out of places to hang your wet clothes in winter.

Those struggling to keep on top of the drying, while the season dictates they can't use the garden, will be pleased to hear that there is a solution.

Fans of queen of clean Mrs Hinch congregated on a dedicated Facebook group, where savvy people share their tips and tricks for the house.

Taking to the group, a user called Lucie said: "How do people get washing dry without a tumble dryer in the winter?! We have so much washing but getting it dry is such a problem!"

Lucie's question was flooded with responses from helpful Hinch fans and they were all saying the same thing: get yourself a dehumidifier.

One person said: “I use a normal clothes airer with a dehumidifier, it dries faster than my tumble dryer.”

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A second agreed: “I just bought a dehumidifier and it’s great, money well spent.”

While a third said: “Dehumidifier. We get bad condensation so have one anyway.

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“I hang it in the utility room, shut the door and a load is dry in four hours.

“I do have a tumble dryer but dehumidifier is a lot cheaper.”

Some people even suggested specific products he could try out.

One said: “I bought a dehumidifier a few weeks ago. Someone recommend to me on one of the groups on here. From Screwfix for £128.99 – amazing for drying clothes.

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“I always struggled as there’s no room for a tumble dryer, put clothes on airer switch on dehumidifier – amazing.”

While another said: “Dehumidifier. Plug-in kind. Expensive but life-changing for washing, mould, condensation and heating bills.”


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And a third agreed: “A dehumidifier is best. Stops your house getting damp too.”

As energy prices hike, it's no wonder we're keen to ditch household appliances for a cheaper alternative.

Some people might not be able to live without a tumble dryer this winter, but according to the Energy Saving Trust, it's costing us 34p per kWh of electricity.

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And the pennies soon add up for families doing four wash loads a week. is helping savvy shoppers discover the most energy-saving way to dry our clothes and they warn us that while a cheap tumble dryer might seem like a sweet deal, it could end up costing us a fortune.

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