I tested an electric clothes dryer to see if I could save money on my energy bills | Personal Finance | Finance

Since the October price cap rise, the cost of energy is around twice the cost it was this time last year, resulting in many people, like myself, changing their habits in a bid to keep energy bills manageable.

The good news is I’ve managed to make savings on my bills by adopting a number of money saving tips over the last few months, but it has meant I’ve had to make a few sacrifices.

Two thirds of Britons have a tumble dryer, but lots of people aren’t using them this year as they are one of the biggest household energy guzzlers costing up to £1.99 an hour to run.

Other people, like myself, rely on the central heating and radiators to dry clothes, so what do you do if you’ve hardly got the heating on?

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