This study reveals the exergoeconomic analysis of stenters by using Specific Exergy Costing (SPECO) method. The cost balances and auxiliary thermoeconomic relations were developed for direct gas heated (DGHS) and hot oil heated (HOHS) stenters by the application of the control volume models. The exergy cost of the evaporation of water was selected to be the main parameter. It was shown that the falling-rate period of drying led to the highest exergy costs, while exergy costs varied between 0.19 US$/GJ and 0.59 US$/GJ depending on the drying periods. Increasing the exhaust air humidity ratio and the residual moisture content of the fabric outlet decreased the exergy costs linearly.