|In most cases, if clothes are sorted properly
for washing, they will also be properly sorted for drying loads.
The following are some suggestions for proper sorting:
Refer to the Owner's Manual for specifics on drying extra large items. Download a free copy of the
Owner's Manual and/or Installation Instructions.
- Sort by surface texture. Separate lint producers from
- Lint Producers: Terry cloth and chenille are good examples.
- Lint Collectors: Man-made fabrics and napped fabrics, such as velveteen and corduroy,
are good examples.
- Sort by fabric type. It is recommended that fabrics of
similar construction be dried together whenever possible. Separate cottons and linens from synthetics and
blends and separate polyester knits from delicate fabrics.
- Sort by color. Separate whites from dark colors and colorfast
fabrics from non-colorfast.
- Sort by weight. Separate heavy items, such as towels
from light items, such as curtains.