More Information on Drying Cabinets?
Popular in Europe for decades, drying cabinets are specially-designed electrical machines built to offer an alternative to drying your clothes. Though drying cabinets have traditionally been used to dry delicate articles, a drying cabinet can be used to comfortably dry nearly anything.
Drying cabinets first became popular in the Scandinavian countries of Europe. Many laundromats and residential laundry services would offer drying cabinets for delicate items. In addition, drying cabinets have often been used in the wintertime to dry wet items, including overcoats and boots. Drying cabinets were seen as an advantage over tumble dryers as they were gentler, and did not break down delicate and specialized fabrics over time.
Since then, drying cabinets have become more popular in the United States as well. Originally used as appliances in critical-use situations like laboratories, hospitals, and fire departments, drying cabinets are now adapted for residential use as well. Drying cabinets are the perfect answer for delicate items that are recommended for “hang dry,” “flat dry,” or clothes that should not be tumble dried.
The advantages of using a drying cabinet include:
- Operates like an accelerated clothesline
- No excessive tumble action, reducing wrinkles
- Ease of maintenance
- Reduces or eliminates shrinkage
- Warms items for ultimate comfort feeling
- Options of hanging or folding items for drying
- Optional shoe rack
- Multiple drying options
- Uses less energy than traditional tumble dryer
- Shelves can be used to drape items to reach full capacity of drying cabinet
- Made in the U.S.A.
For over 20 years, Staber Industries has been the leader in creating household appliances for multiple purposes – including drying cabinets! See our products to learn more about why a drying cabinet is the perfect addition to your home.