I was sent a dryer from The Green Glove Dryer to review. My opinions are my own and my differ from yours.
Don’t you hate it when your gloves get all wet inside and you put them in the dryer and they don’t dry all the fingers.
It feels like the only choice you have is to buy more gloves than you need in order to let the kids go out and play or to be able to finish the chores outside.
But you don’t have to thanks to the Green Glove Dryer located in Michigan (and we know about mittens and gloves needing to be dried!!)
Green Glove dryer works
You can use the Green Glove Dryer to get your gloves and mittens dried inside easier.
How it Works!
It comes with instructions on how to put it in together. It assembles in about 15 seconds.
See those holes, those help push air through your mittens/gloves to dry.
To get it to work, send your kids outside to play. And wait. They are almost guaranteed to come back in with wet gloves.
You set up the Green Glove Dryer and place it over your register. You place the gloves over the tube so that the air of the register blows into the glove and dries out the inside.
It is not meant for boots. It is made out of light weight material, so it tips over with heavy things (that it wasn’t made for). I propped the boots up against the door and it allowed the boots to also dry.
It does rely on the air from the vent, so it only works, when the furnace is running. Since it’s winter, it does turn on often enough to dry the gloves more efficiently than the clothing dryer.
Order your own dryer from the Green Glover Dryer and get your kiddos (and your gloves) dried so you can go back out and have fun in the snow!
We couldn’t live without our boot dryer! We are a snowmobiling family and it’s essential to have our equipment dry…often by the next morning. We own 5 boot dryers in our house and they are such a lifesaver.