Re: Ventless Washing Machines



In article <1id7b25slpjfabha2dgdhvv61iga31cq1m@xxxxxxx>, me@xxxxxxxxxxx
says...
"Clark W. Griswold, Jr." <spamtrap100a@xxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

The wet clothes are superheated, causing the water to steam off. That water is
condensed into a drain. As you might imagine, it takes a long time to dry
clothes this way and it isn't the most energy efficient way either.

Wouldn't it be hard on the clothes as well?
Superheating them that is?

They aren't heated as much as in a standard tumble dryer. They're warm
to the touch, but not hot, during the dry cycle.

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