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Choosing a Clothes Dryer

Choosing a Clothes Dryer

Here are some additional options that you may want to consider when purchasing a clothes dryer.

U.S. Department of Energy standards for dryers made or sold in the United States have remained the same since 1994

Before buying a new dryer, make sure you know where it's going and how much space you have for it.

Every clothes dryer offers at least three settings: delicate, regular, and permanent press. Each setting is a pre-determined combination of dry time and air temperature.

Households with a lot of laundry will find that a dryer with a big drum reduces the number of loads and therefore the time and energy spent drying clothes.

Clothes dryers are less complicated than washers, with fewer options and therefore fewer decisions to make.

 
 

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