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Saturday, February 2

3 Mistakes People Make When Buying Clothes Dryers

For most people, buying a washer and dryer is so easy. They think that all models are basically the same, so they choose a price that appeals to them and call it a day.
But that's no way to weed through all of the dryers out there!

In fact, if you've made any of these 3 common dryer-buying mistakes, your clothes could be suffering:



1. Buying a Washer and Dryer As a Set
If you're one of the people who always buys your washer and dryer as a set, you're not alone. However, it's not the best choice for your clothes!  Just because you find a washer that you like doesn't mean that the dryer is as good as it should be -- and vice versa. Instead, you need to shop for washers and dryers individually.

2. Not Buying For The Long Haul
Good dryers can easily last you 10 or 15 years. But since you don't have a crystal ball, the only way to tell if your potential dryer is built to last is to look at the features it comes with.
For example, some dryers come with a special lint bucket that automatically cleans out the lint trap and stores the mess in a bucket.  As a result, your dryer is a lot less likely to struggle because it's clogged with lint. Small details like that can add years to the life of your dryer.

3.Settling For Too Few Options
All dryers are going to come with a couple of basic heat settings, but the key to getting the most out of your dryer is to go way beyond Low, Medium, and High. Instead, you should be looking for dryers that have a heat setting for virtually any type of fabric you can imagine.

For example, if you look at an AeroSmart Fisher & Paykel dryer you'll see that there are 18 different settings to choose from -- that range from heavy outdoor wear, to handwash, even to dryclean. That way, no matter what kind of clothes you've got, they'll be able to dry at the perfect temperature.

Hopefully with these 3 basic tips, you won't make the wrong choice, solely based on price.
Happy shopping!

These advice were provided by Olivia Slamut, an home appliances enthusiast who is always on the track of new designs and trends.
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