During the rainy season I often step in a puddle and get wet socks. I normally just change them when I get home but this seems like a waste and causes me to do laundry more frequently. Is there a way I can quickly dry them? I've tried using a fan electric heater but it doesn't work well and also seems wasteful if you have it on just for a pair of socks.
You should bring a couple pairs to change. After you get home, instead of throw it into laundry, just hand rinse it under running water. This is to prevent bad odor caused by staying wet and damp for a long time. After rinsing it, just lay it flat or hang it to dry. This saves you both socks and laundry.
Well I hesitate to state the obvious, but if the weather's wet, would it not be possible to wear waterproof boots or shoes? Otherwise, unless you've a warm radiator to lay them on, get a towel, lay the socks on it, roll the towel up and sit on it on a hard surface to squeeze out the worst of the water, and hang the socks up to dry somewhere.
I have got 2 solutions for it.
- When you come home for changing your socks, you can hang your wet socks before a hearth.I hope you have a hearth at your home, for facing cold conditions.Thus, on returning home the next time, your socks will be ready to take.But take care that, they should not burn out due to overheat and so keep them or hang them before your hearth at a safe but at good distance.
- You can use an iron machinefor drying your wet socks.Literally,it can make us laugh but you can use it if you lack time.Be careful as not to spoil your own socks.