WITH the darker nights slowly creeping and the weather set to change, many people have been left wondering the same thing.
How are they going to dry their wet clothes quickly and cheaply without the glorious sunshine doing the work for them?
Well, if you’re hoping to avoid the extortionate costs of using a tumble dryer, then look no further…
One savvy woman, known only as @LeanGreen online, has revealed the super speedy money-saving technique she uses to help dry her wet clothes quicker – and it really couldn’t be easier.
In a clip shared to YouTube, the cleaning whizz says: “How to dry soaking wet clothes without a machine.”
She can then be seen laying a towel flat on the floor before placing a soaking wet T-shirt on top.
, with the T-shirt remaining inside, she grabs the bottom of the towel and simply rolls it up like a burrito, ensuring she squeezes in tightly as she goes along.
This helps the moisture from the top to be absorbed by the towel.
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“Roll in a towel, press and lay flat or hang,” she explains.
It wasn’t long before the post racked up thousands of views and comments from social media users up and down the country.
“Omg thanks it works – you saved me,” praised one.
A second penned: “Yes that works!”
A third commented: “It won’t dry your shirt instantly 100%, but it’ll significantly reduce how long it takes to dry.”
And it’s not the first time people have shared the clever ways they dry their wet clothes.
Fabulous previously told how shoppers were going wild for a miracle £5 bargain buy that speeds up drying time and reduces wrinkles in fabric.
The reuseable £5.33 Ecozone Tumble Dryer Balls from Amazon are commonly made of wool, plastic or rubber and roughly the same the size of a tennis ball.
They simply need to be added to your dryer with your laundry and work by separating your clothes, which will result in reduced static and fewer wrinkles.
This not only helps if you’re in a rush, but is also the perfect hack to save on costs.