Give your clothes the maximum spin at the end of the washing cycle, to extract more water, before going on the clothes airer
Leave as much space as you can in between items on the clothes airer, to let the air circulate freely.
Put the smallest items down low on the airer and let longer items hang from the outer, top levels.
Use plastic clothes hangers for shirts and tops that may need ironing later. Creases can drop out and the hanger makes it easy to put away.
Place your clothes airers in the area of your home with the most air circulation – such as in doorways, hallways or on a covered deck, balcony, or verandah. Even turning on a fan will speed up drying time.
In extended periods of humid rainy weather, try running the Dry Mode on your air conditioner. It will cost less money in running costs than running the air conditioner on the cooling mode.
Find a “Hot Spot” near a sunny window or heater, to position your airer.