Run Second Spin Cycle To Save on Drying

Re-spin your wet laundry for an extra water-removal step. The clothes go into your dryer or hanging out on the line much dryer than if you use just the one spin cycle. This works fantastically for jeans and towels.

By Mary K. from Kensington, MD

July 19, 20110 found this helpful

The more times you run your spin cycle the more water you get out of your clothes and less time in the dryer.

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October 6, 20110 found this helpful

You can use a high speed spin dryer and remove much more water from the clothes. Running a second spin cycle certainly helps, but the 3000+ rpm from a spin dryer will remove much more water and dramatically reduce drying time in the dryer.

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