Many decades ago, people needed a way of drying their clothes in a more efficient manner than doing it manually and having to wait for the sun to shine. Drying clothes as an enormous task that can cost a person many hours per day.
In recent decades, drying machines have entered the scene and they are here to make our lives easier. There are a lot of different kinds on the market. They come in condensing and vented form, but also in tumbling and spinning form.
The key difference between a spinner and a tumbler is the way in which they dry clothes. The spinner will rapidly spin around clothes and force the water out of them by using centrifugal force. A tumbler heats its interior and uses the heat to make clothes dry.
The advantage that a spinner has over a tumbler, is that it uses hardly any electricity in comparison to the tumbler. The tumbling machine is known to be one of the most energy thirsty household appliances known to man. It uses much energy to heat up its interior.
The advantage that a tumbler has over a dryer, is that it can do its job much faster than the spinner. This is because all the heat that it generates does a really great job at getting water out wet clothes. It takes longer with centrifugal force.
It’s possible to combine these dryers’ advantages by first spinning your laundry and then tumbling it. By taking it for a 5 minute spin, you take so much water out of the clothes, that you will cut the upcoming tumbling time in half. This saves you much electricity.
More and more people are choosing a spin dryer over a tumble dryer because it’s so much cheaper. Of course, if you’ve got money to burn then you might as well go with a tumbler. They’re much faster and many people like the feeling of wearing warm clothes.
If you ever decide to go out and purchase a spinner, then get the one with the most rotations. The faster your clothes spin around, the sooner they’ll be dry. Go with a spinner that does more than 3000 rotations per minute for the best results.