Can clothes air dry in 2 hours?
Clothes can take an average of 2 to 4 hours to dry when drying outside or near a sunny window with a light breeze coming through. However, this time can change depending on many different factors including the material, size and drying environment.
Can clothes air dry in 5 hours?
For a load of laundry that was spun in a washing machine, and hung indoors in average conditions, the “easy” items will be dry in about 5 hours, and the “difficult” items will finish in about 9 hours. Also see our Air Dry All Types of Clothing article for tips on each different clothing type.
Is 1 hour enough to dry clothes?
Typically, a gas or electric dryer should take about 30 to 45 minutes to dry a full load of clothes. Dense fabrics—like a quilt or a load of thick bath towels—may take up to an hour to dry. If your dryer’s taking too long to dry your laundry, it’s important to figure out what’s wrong instead of ignoring it.