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on the environment, easy on your clothes
Most people do more laundry than they'd like to.
You can make sure you don't pay twice as much to do it. According
to the U.S. Department of Energy, the cost of drying a typical load
of clothes in a gas dryer is 15 to 25 cents, compared to 30 to 40
cents for an electric dryer. The more laundry that's done in the
household, the more significant the annual savings become. Gas clothes
dryers can help you manage your time better, because gas clothes
dryers deliver more heat to dry your clothes. This means that each
load of clothes dries about 12 minutes faster with gas than with
electricity, so when you are drying something you want to wear right
away, you won't have to wait as long for it to be ready.
Clothes last longer when they are dried in gas
dryers, because they dry so much faster, so they are not spending
as much time getting beaten up in the rotating drum. Gas dryers
don't "cook" clothes like electric dryers do, because
gas dryers supply a moist heat, so clothes are left smelling fresher
and are less stiff and wrinkled. Gas dryers generally outlast electric
dryers by 10 years, because there are no heating elements to burn
out, so the gas dryers are designed to run longer with less maintenance.
So, how much time and money do you want to spend
on drying clothes?