Mrs Hinch, real name Sophie Hinchliffe, regularly shares cleaning tips and tricks online. With more than four million Instagram followers, fans of the sensation often share their own finds on dedicated cleaning pages, including how to dry laundry in winter.
Posting on the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook page, one woman asked for some advice when it came to drying laundry inside.
Sarah Jewers wrote: “What do people recommend for drying clothes indoors? I have a limited space and on a limited budget?
“Also needs to be reasonably speedy drying without access to a tumble dryer. Thanks.”
Drying laundry inside can be tricky with limited space, especially during the winter months.
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Others recommended using a heated drying rack as well as placing a dehumidifier in the same room to help increase ventilation.
Paula Web wrote: “I use a dehumidifier overnight and all my clothes are dry in the morning. Surprising how much it collects in the winter and I have no mould or mildew at all.”
Yasmeen Majeed said: “Use an air dryer and with a dehumidifier at night, speedy drying times.”
A dehumidifier helps to suck moisture out of indoor air, commonly used in areas of the home with high levels of humidity.
Using the appliance will also help to prevent mould and damp building up because there will be no moisture in the air.
What’s more, using a dehumidifier can eliminate condensation that may build up on windows.