The secret to drying your clothes faster is so simple you’ll wonder why you haven’t tried it already

Wet washing seems to take forever to dry in the winter, even on sunny days, so we’re happy for any hack that speeds up the process.

The last tip that caught our attention was shared on the Facebook group Mums Who Cleanand is so quick and easy you’ll wonder why you haven’t done it already.

One woman told the group she was helping her elderly parents by doing laundry for them when her mother reminded her to do an extra spin cycle when the load was finished.

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“I asked him why,” the woman wrote in her Facebook post. “His response was that it wouldn’t take so long for laundry to dry on a cold winter day when there isn’t so much sun.”

The quick-dry hack is so easy, you just have to press a button. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

So the woman tried the hack for herself with her own laundry and found that it also made laundry dry faster in the dryer.

“I tried this on a load of towels (bath sheets) before putting them in the dryer. Normally the load would take 1.5-2 hours to dry. They took just under 60 minutes,” she said.

“Amazing…thank you mum, you’re a genius.”

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The drying hack was well received by the popular Facebook group with 4,000 likes and over 200 comments.

Many members of the group said they had already used the hack, while others were eager to try it out.

“OMG mind blowing! Got a load right now, I’ll definitely do an extra lap at the end!” one person said.

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“It makes sense that my washing machine automatically does two!” one commented.

“Run to my washing machine to spin the towels! Thanks for sharing your mom’s advice, where would we be without our moms,” posted another.

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An extra spin cycle is a great idea for towels. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Some people liked the hack because it meant they could skip the annoying task of hanging laundry on the line for longer.

“I discovered this hack many years ago as a teenager when I added an extra spin cycle to the machine to save time and not hang up the dishes,” one member said.

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While an extra spin cycle is great for towels and heavier fabrics, it’s not a good idea for more delicate clothes.

If you have delicate items that you need to dry faster, try laying down a towel and placing the item on top of it. Then roll up the towel with the garment inside and press the rolled up towel to release excess moisture.

Then hang the item on the rope or lay it flat on a clothes airer to dry completely.

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