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Heated Tower Airer Economic 3-Tier saves on energy with Free Cover Folds for Storage 36 Heated rails

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If you already have a tumble dryer and are thinking of making a swap, it will also depend on what type of tumble dryer you already own.

In the Summer months, we can just use this as a normal airer, or put it away when we use the rotary washing line in our garden. But the savings reduce dramatically for larger laundry loads, where you'd need to use the heated airer multiple times to dry a load that could fit in the tumble dryer in one go. Personally we always try to be cautious with electrical devices. We have a timer that automatically switches the heated airer off around the time we go to bed. This means by the morning it is usually dry, and it also helps us save some money too!

This stylish yet practical heated clothes airer is easily moved around from room to room as required and is great if space is limited thanks to the foldable wings. Our heated towel rail collection features a range of different fuel sources. A central heating towel rail will run on the same system as the radiators in the rest of your home. If you haven’t got a radiator plumbed into your bathroom or you don’t want it connected to the rest of your system, go for an electric towel rail. Dual fuel towel radiators offer the best of both worlds, running on central heating with an additional electrical element that can be switched on when you don’t want to turn on your entire system. Range of style options A typical drying pod will do a cotton load in a couple of hours, and a tumble dryer will take anywhere from one to three hours to do a big load of laundry. It's faster than air-drying indoors, but a heated clothes airer is still the slowest of the three. Heated airers can look pretty same-y but this John Lewis option stands out from the crowd thanks to one small thing: shoe dryers. If you’ve been caught out in a storm and had to stuff your shoes full of old newspapers of kitchen towels to dry them, only to find them still slightly soggy the next day, this is for you.

You absolutely can get by with a normal airer, if you need to, but if you have a little money to spare, and can afford a slight increase on your energy bills it feels well worth it to me. The best heated airers and drying pods dried small loads in a comparable time to tumble dryers; the worst took over six hours. Energy use

Heated towel rails with a choice of finishes

With the help of an electric heated clothes airer, you can bid farewell to any possibility of your wardrobe smelling like damp from taking too long to dry. The best heated airers cost as little as 6p per hour to run, while the most costly came in at around 31p an hour. Stability

of Argos shoppers recommend this product and praise it for 'efficient drying' and that it 'folds up for easy storage'. Timer - Having a timer is a great feature to have. The best airers will usually have a 3-hour timer, but some models don't have them.

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Generally taller and larger than most other airers, a tower airer comprises several horizontal flat sections and some also have hooks at the top for hanging shirts and dresses. Due to their size, they’re great for hanging double or king-size bedding, as well as heavy bath towels. Radiator Usually suitable for standing in the bathtub or on a balcony, they have two large fold-out wings that are perfect for hanging longer items such as towels, trousers and maxi dresses. Most winged models also have flat sections — either between the wings or between the leg rungs — that are great for drying delicates and smaller items. Due to their large wings, they tend to be quite tall even when folded down. Bathtub Switch it off overnight. If you can try to do your washing in the day, turn it on, let it warm up nicely and then turn it off overnight. Often, letting clothes dry on an ordinary airer can leave them to smell damp because they just take too long to dry without the help of some sunshine. Britain's not reliable for that either. Think of it as a radiator for your clothes but cheaper than having the heating on. How to use an electric heated clothes airer

Heated clothes airers are proving exceptionally popular this year, given the high energy prices. My top-rated airers may temporarily sell out. These are currently the best places to look for alternatives:In the morning I’ve found that almost all of the washing is dry in all of these scenarios so it seems you can do whatever you fancy really and it’ll still dry well.

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