just kidding, drip dry out of the sun or buy one of those fan hangers for faster results.
or, if you have a hair dryer that has a cold setting, that will work pretty good too, just make sure its not blowing any hot air.
wb and you can find me at crystal and sweetwater and all over wb.
or you can put a towel bar under a air vent in your bathroom and let the hot air coming in dry your suit plus let it drip dry. and then for booties and gloves i put hand towels in them. but for gloves you gotta do it just right so it doesnt stretch your gloves out so i only put 1 small towel in the gloves and not all of the towel is in the glove.
I find that if I rinse out the suit first with fresh water it tends to dry faster. Always turned inside out. Plus gets out the smell. The suit may be moist in the morning but at least its clean and ready. I tend to hang dry if camping and if I'm at a hotel I'll hang it in the bathroom with the fan on.
I tried an old 4/3 Rip Curl once in a public dryer during a travel session and though it worked I noticed later the seams and stiching were going bad rather fast.
I like the idea of putting it in a small closet with a dehumidifier. Great thinking there.