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In addition to Marks answer http://travel.stackexchange.com/a/24255/4584 if you have an iron handy, you could iron the clothes and that would dry them too. Although in my experience I have rarely come across a city where I can't find a coin operated dryer.
To speed up drying of clothes (particularly if staying in hotels where you have laundered towels), you can wring your clothes as dry as possible, place them (individually) on top of a towel and then roll the towel/clothing article up as tight as possible. Then stand on this roll. The aim being to absorb as much water as possible out from the clothes into ...
Well, if you have not something which causes heat like a fire / a radiator / a laptop or at least a warm room, you effectively cannot dry your clothes as you already found out. This is an old problem for travelers in polar or high-altitude mountain regions. Even in low temperatures you are still perspiring and this humidity cannot be removed because it ...
The general advice is to choose clothes that dry quickly. These are made of synthetic fabrics. Onebag.com has many sections about clothes and laundry: Choosing clothes Doing laundry A packing list: Wardrobe
Here are some of the 'hacks' that I've used: It's winter, there's often a heater on, or heatpump, or fire. Try and hang the clothes near to (but not on) the heater. Turn them frequently - you don't want them getting too hot or burnt. Use air - moving air. Hang in a doorway for the internal flow, or if possible, outside during the day. Beware to take ...
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