FANS of cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch shared tips on drying clothes without a tumble dryer on social media.
Now that energy prices have skyrocketed, many households across the country are looking for cheaper alternatives to affordably dry their washed clothes.
Luckily, even if you don’t have access to a garden or outdoor space, cleaning enthusiasts have found a “groundbreaking” way to get your clothes dry, The Express reported.
Ms Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, 32, has long been a fan favorite with almost 4.5million followers on Instagram.
The star rose to fame with various home hacks a few years ago, and now her fans have even started their own cleaning pages on social media.
In one of those groups, Ms. Hinch Cleaning Tips and Tricks on Facebook, a member sought advice: “What do people recommend for drying clothes indoors in a limited space and on a budget?
“Needs to dry reasonably quickly, too,” added the woman.
Luckily for the author, the post was soon inundated with advice from fellow cleaning fans, all recommending various drying methods.
“Heated dryer… Wilko’s got plenty,” Jackie Linton replied.
Her suggestion was also endorsed by another user, Alison Wilson, who commented, “I use a heated airer, it’s groundbreaking and it also costs nothing to run, literally that cheap.
However, she added that drying larger items requires moving clothes.
These drying racks are available from Wilko for £40 but can also be collected from several retailers including Argos, Amazon and Aldi.
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Other recommendations suggested purchasing a dehumidifier.
Yasmeen Mated replied to the author, “I use a regular air dryer with a dehumidifier at night.”
Dehumidifiers help remove moisture from the air, which means they’re great at helping wet laundry dry.
Dehumidifiers can not only speed up the drying process, but also eliminate condensation, moisture, mold and unpleasant odors that are often caused by washed laundry.
“I use a dehumidifier overnight…less ironing, too. Surprising how much water it collects and no condensation or mold,” said Paula Tranter.
Dehumidifiers are available for around £50 and can be boxed from a variety of different retailers including Amazon.
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