as long as it is a hot water radiator then no it uses circulating hot water to heat the house it should not get hot eonugh to actually start a fire especially wet clothes but a air drier would work faster put alot of dry towels in with your work clothes they will dry faster. (i know u have already made your decision by this time but now you know for next time)
OK, don't put your clothes on the radiator unless you want a fire...i would suggest putting what you need to wear tomorrow in the dryer by itself as long as you can and if it's still not dry when you have to take them out hang them up on hangers in your bathroom on your shower curtain rod and they should be dry by in the morning
plan be then....hang them above the radiator but don't let them touch and be sure to keep an eye on them and take them down before you go to bed and then hang them in the bathroom....if u don't have to wear a uniform to work then i would suggest washing and hanging something light weight so it will dry quickly
I know it sounds silly but I have work tomorrow and I need to wash my clothes but they wont be dry in time for tomorrow morning so will it work?
i dont think radiators are designed to burn clothes xD why dont you hang them outside for abit thats good if theres a breeze ?
As long as you sit right there and turn them like pancakes....don't leave them or they will scorch. (or burn the house down).
We don't have a dryer in my house :/
Nah, they'll be fine.