Drying Machines

If you understand a little bit of the science behind drying your clothes, you'll find you can do your laundry a whole lot more quickly and economically. So what exactly is involved in turning wet clothes back into dry ones? In a word, evaporation: turning the liquid water in your clothes into a vapor (gas), and then getting rid of it.


Why Do My Clothes Take So Long to Dry?

Posted On: November 8, 2020
Are your clothes taking too long to dry? Investigate these three areas to find out why. Check Your Lint Trap Make it a regular practice to clean out your lint trap after every use. If too much l...[More]


Preventing Dryer Fires

Posted On: October 9, 2020
According to the National Fire Protection Association, firefighters all around the country responds to roughly 14,000 house fires caused by clothes dryers every year. Read on to ensure you don’t...[More]


Pros and Cons of a Stackable Wash and Dryer

Posted On: September 8, 2020
To some, the laundry room is practically a second home. However, when moving into a new home you have a big decision to make. Should you get a stackable washer and dryer set along with your other unit...[More]


How to properly use a dryer

Posted On: August 9, 2020
Many people view the automatic clothes dryer as a necessity to everyday life, alongside the washing machine. Some areas don’t tolerate outdoor clotheslines, and dryer racks aren’t the best...[More]


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