Mommy, Where do Sweaters Go When They Finally Dry?

Mommy, Where do Sweaters Go When They Finally Dry?

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Taryn Williford
Nov 6, 2008

Having recently moved from South Florida to a (slightly) more northern state, we're finally seeing what Autumn and Winter are supposed to look like. What do we love about the crisp weather? Red leaves, seeing your breath and buying really cute sweaters. What do we hate about the season? Having to wash and (air) dry those sweaters. Please enlighten this southern girl: Why is it that a sweater will feel dry to your hands but feel like a cold, wet rag once you put it on? I might just grab one of these spidey-webish sweater dryers...

Set up the Sweater Dryer under a drying rack and it uses its eight vents to accelerate the drying process and get your sweaters not only back to a wearable temperature, but even warm! All without stretching our your knits.

It promises to use its 6 C battery power to get your clothes 75 percent dryer than if you hung them up. It's $29.98 here.

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