Then some early-20th-century machines used an electrically powered.
Dryers were also spinning perforated tubs, but they blew heated air rather than water.
Meanwhile, 19th-century inventors further mechanized the laundry process with various hand-operated to replace tedious hand rubbing against a washboard.
For wool garments, this is due to scales on the fibers, which heat and agitation cause to stick together.
An apartment building or student may have a shared laundry facility such as a.
Florida "the Sunshine State" is the only state to expressly guarantee a right to dry, although Utah and Hawaii have passed solar rights legislation.