Using a clothes dryer for delicate fabrics is not recommended. Delicate fabrics, such as silk, lace, or thin materials, are often sensitive to heat and tumbling action, which can cause them to shrink, warp, or become damaged. It is best to follow the care instructions provided by the garment's manufacturer, which usually recommend air drying or using a lower heat setting. You can hang delicate fabrics to dry indoors or outside, or use a drying rack.
It is generally not recommended to use a clothes dryer for delicate fabrics. Delicate fabrics often require more gentle treatment to avoid damage or shrinkage. It is recommended to check the care instructions on the garment's label and follow the recommended drying method. Delicate fabrics may need air drying or a low-heat setting, or they may require hand-washing and lying flat to dry.