We use old dryer no heat element with corn cobb grit. It cleans dries and makes the furs look brighter. The drawback is the mess that comes from it. The corn cobb gritt always goes out the back where the exhaust goes. We have used nylon stockings but it does not seem to last very long, so what I found was a indoor lint catcher at local hardware store and that seemed to work much better. We have been using the same dryer and indoor lint catcher now for about 4 yrs. One other thing that we would like to add is all animals will dry much quicker when hung properly. Most guys/gals we know always hung from the rear leg. However the natural way the hair/fur goes is from the nose to the tail. If hung by the front feet or by the nose(skinned animals) the water will travel down the fur without any resistance. Hope that helps for those with questions. As with many others a fan runs 24/7 in our shop and with a temp of at least 65-70 degrees. Also gritt of cobb falls right out after fur is dry, and can be reused.