Extra Spin Cycle Helps Drying

I always run the extra spin cycle on my washing machine while I'm unloading the dryer. This helps get even more water out of your clothes before drying them.

By Sara from southeast MO

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April 13, 20070 found this helpful

I've found that putting heavy items, like jeans, through an extra spin cycle shortens the drying time.

By June S.

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April 16, 20070 found this helpful

Ain't life grand. I have an expensive new front load washer and it doesn't even have an extra spin cycle. It does have an extra Rinse & Spin cycle, but if I'm just trying to get any excess water out of the clothes or whatever, why would I want to rinse them again? Plus, it already has a separate Extra Rinse cycle. Some things you don't notice when you're looking to buy a product. You find out after the fact. Seems like someone who never does laundry designs these machines.

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