Can you put a clothes dryer on carpeting?
The coefficient of drying is a number about the utility of a dryer. A simple example : You have dirty clothes dry, and you wash them. So now, you have a totally of 4kg wet clothes and you put them on the dryer. The coefficient of drying K come from this formula : K = Weight of wet clothes / Weight of dry clothes So it depends from the speed of your dryer!
the clothes that you wear all day have gotten sun, lint, sweat and what ever then when you wash it, you get the washing detergent then when you put it in the dryer all the charged particles mix together and create an electric charge called static. Then when you take it out of the dryer the clothes with the static charge come out and shock you!
Dryer balls are put in the clothes dryer with a load of wet laundry to soften the clothes and reduce static. They are small rubber balls with rubber spikes protruding. As the dryer runs, the dryer ball helps separate the different pieces of clothing so the load dries faster. The action of the ball beating against the clothes also softens them and reduces static. One ball can be used repeatedly for several years.
Option A) - Go to the laundromat with a handful of quarters, buy some detergent, place the clothes in the washer. Put the coins in, wash the clothes. Remove the clothes and place them in the dryer. Place coins in the slot, turn the dryer on, minding the drying labels on the clothes. Option B) - Do the above at home/at a friends for free.
you empty it then wash it then put it back in Edit: The clothes dryer vent is the duct that vents the hot air generated by the clothes dryer to the outside of the building. It can be difficult to clean properly by the homeowner, as lint builds up on the walls of the duct, and hardens on so that it can't just be blown out or vacuumed up - it has to be brushed…
That's not a good idea. The heat of the dryer will melt the wax from the cloth and will fill the interior of the dryer, carried by the water vapor from the wet rags. A waxy film will be deposit throughout the interior of the dryer, even in nooks and crannies you can't see and behind the drum. When you put wet clothes in, the cycle will be repeated by melting the wax from dryer…
A rotary clothes dryer is a dryer for your clothes and basically the name explains it all in its simplicity, it rotates. But i believe you are referring to a rotary clothesline which is used outdoors and it is where you hang your clothes on a line and it rotates to help them dry quicker. hope this helps.