What's your preference? Dry socks in the dryer or line-dried?

What's your preference? Dry socks in the dryer or line-dried?



How do you prefer to dry your socks? After washing them in the washing machine, do you prefer to tumble dry them in the dryer, or line-dry them on the clothesline? It’s a question of preference and philosophy, really, because how you dry your socks can tell people more about you than you might think. Find out what it all means, here!



Philosockphy.com/collections/socks-club">sock of the month

Do you subscribe to a Philosockphy.com/collections/socks-club">sock of the month club, or do you hang your socks to dry on a clothesline? If it’s not clear from your tone, I personally prefer hanging my socks out on a warm sunny day to dry. And for as long as I can remember that’s been my go-to drying method. Until now, I haven’t really considered other methods like throwing my socks into a dryer with some tennis balls. What changed? A sock subscription box called Philosockphy.com/collections/socks-club">sock of the month Club sent me a note telling me they have created an antimicrobial polymer-infused sock. That sounds like something worth sharing!



How I wash my socks

I like to subscribe to socks of the month clubs. I get 6 pairs of cool socks delivered to my door each month. It’s a great way to expand my sock wardrobe and find fun new styles without spending too much money. By doing it online, it’s easy for me to just create an account on a sock subscription site and add Philosockphy.com/collections/socks-club">socks subscriptions (or whatever you want) to my wish list! You can even make an account so that when you buy socks for yourself, others don’t know what you’re getting! So now that I get monthly deliveries, how do I wash them after wearing them out?



Philosockphy about Socks

Some people say they can’t stand folded socks and that they get caught on things in their drawers. But if you have kids, it’s hard to find a way to keep them from bending over—which is why parents may be interested in a sock subscription service called The Philosockphy.com/collections/socks-club">sock of the month Club, which ships socks directly to customers for $10 per month. For people who prefer their socks hung up outside on the clothesline, having multiple pairs at once means less laundry. Or try drying your favorite ankle socks and knee high boots using a sock dryer designed to fit all sizes of hosiery.