Results of a survey on “room drying” that you should read during the rainy season
Hello. This is Rinenna editorial department. This year, the rainy season has started much earlier than usual. I thought that more and more people are drying their clothes indoors outside of the rainy season due to pollen and PM2.5, so I decided to take a survey on how to dry your clothes indoors.
Results about room drying
・More people dry their laundry indoors than outside. ・The rate of drying clothes indoors is over 60%. ・40% of people use ``leaving space between laundry items'' when drying their laundry indoors.
Laundry tub cleaning survey Survey overview
・Survey method: Internet research ・Survey date and time: May 22nd to May 29th, 2021 ・Number of responses: 100 people
I asked how to dry clothes during regular laundry (multiple answers allowed)
More than half of them choose to dry their clothes outside or indoors. Fewer than 20% use washer/dryer
The laundry situation in Japan, where the culture of "hanging out to dry" is deeply rooted. There are now more people who dry their clothes indoors than outside. Other responses revealed that there are laundry situations unique to snowy regions such as ``In winter in snowy regions, you can only dry your laundry indoors'' and ``Because it's a cold region, there is a solarium in the room.''
I asked him when he would be allowed to dry his clothes in his room.
Drying clothes indoors only on rainy days comes in first place (38%)
One in three people dry their clothes indoors instead of outside.
I asked where they would dry their clothes (multiple answers allowed)
Less than 40% of drying rooms are in the living room. Empty room ranks second
Only 19% of people dry their clothes in the bathroom, but it is recommended that your home has a drying function in the bathroom, as it will dry your clothes faster than other places.
We asked about the problems you have with drying clothes indoors (multiple answers allowed)
Most of the answers to washing problems include ``slow drying,'' ``taking up space,'' and ``smell.''
In addition to the questionnaire about drying clothes indoors , the most common complaint about laundry was that it takes a long time to dry (56%) . 2nd place was ``takes up space (53%)'', 3rd place was ``it smells bad (49%)'', ``it takes a long time to dry'', and ``it smells bad''. We recommend increasing the number of times and dehydrating for 2 to 3 minutes longer than usual.
We asked what measures are taken when drying clothes indoors (multiple answers allowed)
``Leave space between hanging laundry'' came in first place (41%). “Use a dehumidifier” came in second place (34%)
3rd place: “Use a fan or circulator to blow air.” 4th place was ``Use detergent for room drying.''
We asked about the most effective innovations when drying clothes indoors.
1st place was ``Use a dehumidifier,'' 2nd place was ``Use a fan or circulator to blow air.''
The trick to drying quickly is to lower the humidity and create an environment with good ventilation , so if you are drying your clothes indoors and have a dehumidifier or fan, but are not using them yet, please use them. Laundry techniques during the rainy season are also available on Youtube. Please have a look if you like.