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
Why it’s better to use a dehumidifier...
Dry more clothes than on a radiator / airer
Drying clothes on radiators / airers can lead to condensation that damages your home
Less energy results in lower running costs when compared to a tumble dryer
You cannot see moisture in the air, but too much can damage 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.
|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|