Make Lots of Ice Cubes and Forget About Ironing. A Simple Trick for Owners of Automatic Dryers

    Make Lots of Ice Cubes and Forget About Ironing. A Simple Trick for Owners of Automatic Dryers

    7:52 AM EDT, July 6, 2022, updated: 8:07 AM EDT, July 6, 2022

    Not everyone needs to dry laundry on the balcony or indoors. There are lucky people who own automatic dryers. There's a simple trick to take clothes out of them without creasing and definitely reduce ironing.

    Ironing Is Relaxing

    Automatic dryers are a great convenience. Especially in case you have a large family and children. And, as you know, toddlers get dirty at an express pace and then it is necessary to run the washing machine more often.

    Volha Flaxeco/unsplash
    Volha Flaxeco/unsplash

    However, the clothes after being taken out of the automatic dryer are most often crumpled. Then everyone is faced with the prospect of unfolding the board and the need for tedious ironing. Although supposedly there are some people who find this activity relaxing. They seem to have been born with an iron in hand. Lucky people 😉

    Everyday Tricks

    As a rule, ironing is capable of tiring any enthusiast (especially during hot summer days). Standing at the board for a long time, carefully ironing out all the creases, lavishing the iron between the buttons… This is a real extreme sport that requires a lot of patience and skill. It is definitely not recommended for people with weak nerves 😉 However, there is a simple trick that will help you get un-creased clothes out of the dryer.

    Ice Cubes at Hand

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    Maude Frédérique Lavoie/unsplash

    After the laundry cycle is over, transfer all your clothes to the automatic dryer. Then put a handful of sizable ice cubes into the drum. Set the equipment to the highest temperature and wait until the clothes are completely dry. The melting ice cubes will create steam, which will straighten out any creases and wrinkles. This trick will only work if the automatic dryer is not loaded to full. Be sure to try this patent and limit your iron dates 😉.


    You can also dry shoes in an automatic dryer. However, this has one downside. The shoes bang against the walls of the drum and make downright disturbing noises that are capable of waking up almost anyone. However, there is a simple solution to this as well. See for yourself.

    What do you think about these tricks ?

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