The tags on thermals say:
Do not squeeze.
Do not hang.
So, what would be the quickest way to dry them during winters?
I do not have a dryer.
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The reason you can't hang them is because the weight of the water, as it moves downwards, and the pegs at the top holding them up, might cause the garment to be stretched or out of shape. Equally, hand squeezing or wringing may alter the shape. After washing, take a large bath towel, lay the garment flat on the towel without over stretching it, roll the towel up with the garment inside, put the towel on a chair or the edge of the bath and sit on it all over. This will extract most of the water, leaving the article slightly damp, though if the garment was very wet initially, you may need to repeat this process with a second towel. Remove the garment and, if you can, drape it over a washing hanging rack or airer to finish drying.
The drawback is, you've now got a damp bath towel to dry.
Wrap the item in a dry towel for a few hours, then repeat with dry towels until its just damp enough to naturally air dry
I've never heard of "Do not hang" on clothing...
If you're not allowed to hang them over a chair or shower curtain rod, put them in the dryer. (which is faster anyway)