Using A Spin Dryer

Published: 27th March 2009
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Many people don't really know what a spin dryer is all about. Many won't even know its use, if you

are one of them then a spin dryer helps you dry your wet cloths after you have cleaned them.

Once your clothes are clean take your wet clothes just direct from the washing machine and put them

into the spin dryer, the spin dryer spins them up to 3200 RPM but this depends on the size of the

model. As it spins it lets the water in your clothes to escape to the spinning drum, where it exits

the machine. In simple words, the spin dryer centrifuges your clothes leaving them dry. Spin dryers

aren't that popular in the United States of America like in many European countries; in the US you

will find spin dryers mainly in gyms, to quickly dry the swimmers swimsuits.

Then you may be wondering how do you use a spin dryer? Just place your clean and wet clothes from

the washing machine into a spin dryer. Ensure that the clothes are well distributed so as to

minimize unbalanced. Close the lid and turn the spin dryer on. You will notice that water starts to

fizzle out of a spout on the dryer every 20 to 30 seconds, let it continue running until the steady

stream of water drops off to occasional droplets, for about 3 or 4 minutes in total.

How efficiently does a spin dryer work? Keep in mind that the results depend on the type and

material of the garment. For instance a 100% cotton garments normally comes out about half dried,

therefore it subsequently need to either be machine dried or air dried. If a garment is 50% cotton

mixed with 50% polyester the result may be about 90% dry, which when hanged out on a cloth line to

dry may simply take about 5 to 10 minutes to dry. While a 100% nylon garment let's say a shirt

placed in the machine to dry, comes out dry to the touch.

What are the benefits of a spin dryer to you? An efficient and a good dryer saves energy. This is

because once your clothes have come out much dryer than they came out of the washing machine, they

will eventually spend lesser time in your gas or electric dryer. This saves you a lot of energy

running it. It also saves time: When your clothes and other garments dry faster, that means they

will in the dryer on short moments. The other benefit is that once synthetic clothes have been

placed in the spin dryer there is no need of further drying. Lastly if you have a swimming pool

then a spin dryer is ideal for drying your swim suits quickly. This is made easier particularly if

you normally have guests. They can have their swimsuits dry just in minutes.

Modern technological advancement continues to develop spin dryers that are more efficient and

easier to use. There many models that you can choose from though this depends on your financial

capability. Go have one and make your washing fun.


Veronica Jewell is an internet technologist with a keen interest in online retail and consumer

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