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Dry your clothes without a dryer - Use a dehumidifier
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Clothes drying in winter is expensive and slow

Dry your clothes faster and more economically with a dehumidifier

A dehumidifier “sucks out” the moisture in your wet laundry

Reducing the drying time substantially and has much lower running costs compared to a tumble dryer

Why it’s better to use a dehumidifier...

Larger drying capacity

Dry more clothes than on a radiator / airer

Protects your home

Drying clothes on radiators / airers can lead to condensation that damages your home

Cheaper to run

Less energy results in lower running costs when compared to a tumble dryer

If the excess moisture in the air has no where to escape, it will condense on cold surfaces such as windows, walls and other surfaces throughout your home.

This extra moisture can lead to condensation, damp or mould problems.

Drying clothes indoors can release on average up to 5 litres (9 pints) of water.

A dehumidifier is a great economical space saving alternative.

Comparison table

Tumble Dryer
Radiator
Heated Airer
Dehumidifier
Average running cost per hour 31p 3p 4-6p 3-5p
Moisture levels released into the air None Collects all
Pros
  • Fast drying times
  • Large drying capacity
  • No moisture released
  • Ideal for medium to large homes
  • Convenient to use
  • Fast drying times
  • Low running costs
  • Kind on fabrics (prevents shrinkage)
  • Low running costs
  • Easy to store
  • Kind on fabrics (prevents shrinkage)
  • Drying capacity depending on size
  • Protects home from condensation & damp
  • Low running costs
  • Compact size makes moving and storing easy
  • Ideal for any sized home
  • Kind on fabrics (prevents shrinkage)
  • Unlimited drying capacity
  • Multi purpose / functionality


Dry your clothes without a dryer - use a dehumidifier


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