The dryer is in danger because wet clothes make it heavier. You already know that water is very heavy. If you put wet clothes in the dryer, you might overwork its wheels.
Yes, it is a good idea to dry wet clothes in the dryer. It will take some time, and it might hurt the dryer or your clothes, but the dryer will eventually heat up and pull some water out of the clothes. Clothes that are completely wet shouldn’t go in the dryer because they will be heavy and hard to dry. Also, the dryer will be full of water, which can lead to rust and mold. So, it’s best to wear wet clothes instead of putting them in the dryer over and over again.
When you dry wet clothes in the dryer, the engine and moving parts have to work harder and for longer to dry each load. This shortens the dryer’s life. Also, it uses energy inefficiently, which makes the cost of electricity go up every time. Use the spin cycle on your machine, let them air dry, or wring them out instead of putting them in the dryer.
When you put clothes in the dryer, they should be damp but not drenched. If they kept dripping, the dryer could be hurt. After a fully working spin cycle, well-wringing out any extra water, and/or letting clothes dry in the air for 30 to 60 minutes, they can go right into the dryer.
Putting wet clothes in your dryer will probably start a fire because all of the parts, especially the mortar, will be under a lot of stress. This stress will not only make your dryer work less well, but it will also make your utility bills go up.
It’s never a good idea to put a wet blanket in the dryer to dry. The thick blanket could easily damage your dryer and make it only dry some of your clothes, stop working, or even start a fire. Before putting the blanket in the dryer, you can drain off the extra water.
One of the most common reasons why the spin cycle doesn’t dry enough is that the washer is too full. If there’s too much junk in the washing drum, it might slow down and make it harder for the clothes to dry. If your washing machine is full, your clothes probably won’t get as clean.
Yes. They are all wet. The dryer will get rid of the water. Rainwater is usually safe to drink right away, even if it has some pollutants in it. It doesn’t have anything in it that will make your clothes fade, fall apart, or burst when they’re in the dryer. What else do you worry about?