Your dryer is probably equipped with a humidity sensor. The dryer causes the machine to go further than where it would normally stop. Optimal dryness is the “perfect” balance between moisture left in clothes and texture and wrinkles, and less dry is just that, more moisture remaining. The less dry is for things like polyester and for clothes that are heat sensitive or that you want to iron a few hours later.
It’s probably a combination of weather and heat level. You’ll want a longer cycle for things like jeans and towels, a shorter cycle for t-shirts, etc.
I always like to start with a shorter cycle as it uses less energy – if things are still damp afterwards just run them for a few more minutes, if they are dry you haven’t wasted any time. ‘energy.
It’s nearly impossible to burn clothes in a home dryer unless something is really broken.
it’s just how long your dryer will run for longer than less dry. be careful not to overdry and burn your clothes
Dry, drier, drier.
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