Queen of Clean: Lynsey Crombie shares clothes drying hack as the cold weather ...

WINTER is just around the corner which means drying clothes may be harder and could mean racking up energy bills because the washing machine will be on more. Queen of Clean, real name Lynsey Crombie, shared top drying hacks on ITV's This Morning.

PUBLISHED: 13:35, Tue, Nov 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 13:35, Tue, Nov 3, 2020

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Winter weather means that getting clothes washed and dried may be harder because the cold weather means clothing must be dried inside. Speaking on ITV’s This Morning, Queen of Clean Lynsey Crombie shared some genius hacks to help people wash their clothes more efficiently - as well as some unusual tips for when it comes to drying them.

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Firstly, when it comes to washing clothes, Lynsey recommends not overloading the washing machine.

She said: “A lot of people do tend to overload the washing machine so one thing we can do is just not put as much stuff in, particularly this time of year.

“If you’ve got too much washing in, the water is really going to retain and your clothes are going to come out so much wetter.”

The cleaning expert also recommends doing an extra spin cycle on the washing machine.

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Queen of Clean: Lynsey Crombie shares clothes drying hack as the cold weather hitsQueen of Clean: Lynsey Crombie shares clothes drying hack as the cold weather hits (Image: Getty/ITV)

Winter weather means that getting clothes washed and dried may be harderWinter weather means that getting clothes washed and dried may be harder (Image: ITV)

She explained: “After you’ve done your washing, just flip it and do an extra spin. An extra 10 minutes can make a huge difference to your drying time.”

Lynsey then shared how doing your laundry early in the morning will give you the whole day for the washing to dry indoors, especially as many will have the heating on at this time of the year anyway.

Tumble dryers can cost a fortune, especially when used to dry every single wash.

To speed up that drying time, Lynsey explains that there are some tips you can implement into your routine.

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