Asked by: Borislav Brisses
asked in category: General Last Updated: 1st March, 2020

What is damp dry setting on dryer?

Purpose. Some clothes have labels that suggest the articles be removed from a dryer while still damp to avoid shrinkage or excessive wrinkling. The damp dry option will stop the dryer while the clothes are still a little damp so they are more receptive to wrinkle removal through ironing.

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Herein, what is damp dry signal?

The DAMP DRY SIGNAL is an option that can be added to the cycle that will signal when the load inside is approximately 80% dry. This allows for the removal of faster-drying light weight items or items that should be ironed.

Also Know, what is a dry cycle? Air Dry or Air Fluff Cycle On this cycle, there is no added heat. The dryer simply pulls in fresh room temperature air and the drum turns and tosses your clothes to help them "fluff-up." The cycle does help remove dust, lint, and pet hair from fabrics by drawing them into the dryer filter screen.

Besides, which setting is Tumble dry?

Tumble dry at medium heat (not exceeding 65° C ) at normal setting. Tumble dry at medium heat (not exceeding 65° C ) at permanent press setting. Tumble dry at low heat (not exceeding 55° C ) at permanent press setting. Tumble dry at a low heat (not exceeding 55° C ) at delicate cycle.

How long does damp dry take?

The damp dry option normally runs for 25 to 30 minutes.

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