Hills 115549 Airdry Rotary Dryer 3 Arm - 30 meter

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Hills 115549 Airdry Rotary Dryer 3 Arm - 30 meter

Hills 115549 Airdry Rotary Dryer 3 Arm - 30 meter

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Which is better? Well, there is no right answer. To best protect your clothes, air drying is the winner. For speed, a tumble dryer wins. There are also other factors to consider such as convenience, cost, space and fabric. AirDry technology delivers up to three times better drying performance when compared to closed-door systems. The door automatically opens at the end of the drying phase and the air is circulated inside the machine. Dishes emerge perfectly dry. Every time. You know that Latin phrase that means, "First, do no harm"? Well, it’s widely applicable. It’s always best practice to start with the gentlest method, and then build up to more extreme methods if the first one doesn’t work. Air-drying your clothes takes far less a toll on fabrics than machine drying does, not to mention it’s more energy efficient. Air-drying is easier on fabrics Before you place wet clothes in the dryer, shake them out piece by piece to help separate items and eliminate wrinkles. You also don't want to jam your dryer full—leave some space for items to move around. Founded in 1974 by two mechanical and electrical engineers, Airdri remains a family owned business today with operations in the UK, US and China.

After washing your clothes in the washing machine, don’t forget to run a spin cycle. It’s worth noting that many standard washing machine cycles end with a spin cycle. Chan says if you’re going to do this, you need to be mindful of the fabric content. He says you should not put anything flammable, like 100% nylon or 100% polyester fabrics, near a heater nor leave them drying near one unattended for a long time.

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For a lot of people, a big factor in the debate between tumble and air drying is time. There is no doubt that tumble drying lessens the amount of time for clothing to dry compared to air drying, unless it’s a blisteringly hot day. Environmental sustainability is central to Airdri’s ongoing product development. By establishing best practices and acting with integrity we strive to meet our obligations to the environment, providing reliable and innovative products that reflect our commitment to waste, energy, noise reduction and clean air. When you air-dry your clothes, the fibres of your garments hold up longer because your clothes dry over the whole day or via sunlight. Additionally, air-drying clothes is free. You won’t have any machines to maintain or an increased electricity bill. Your favorite apparel pieces will thank you for keeping their color, shape, and texture intact longer. If an item should be hand washed or run on the delicate cycle, you shouldn’t put it in the dryer, because it can shrink.

AirDry is automatically activated with all programmes. The duration of the drying phase and the door opening time vary depending on the selected programme and options. But if you don’t have the time or space to dry your clothes or the weather is bad, then tumble drying can be the perfect solution.


There are issues with drying clothes inside too as drying clothes in poorly-ventilated rooms can increase moisture in the air. In turn, it will create an adequate condition for mould spores to grow. That being said, this can also be a problem for condenser dryer machines. It’s not a stellar choice for every type of clothing, but it allows busy people to do a load of laundry with a lot less effort. Plus, a dryer is a reliable constant when life and weather gets unpredictable. But, if you’re careful, you can minimize these effects by drying items on lower heat and using laundry detergent and fabric softener that help preserve the elasticity of your clothing.

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