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Aldi's Heated Air Dryer Costs Just £28.99 And It Comes Just In Time For Winter

Aldi's Heated Air Dryer Costs Just £28.99 And It Comes Just In Time For Winter

As warm summer evenings become part of our distant memory, so do the days of hanging up laundry only for it to dry in a matter of hours.

Aldi's latest heated clothes airers may, however, be just the solution to drying your clothes more effectively and efficiently this winter.

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Priced at just £28.99 at Aldi, compared with £40 elsewhere, it's a total bargain. The airer goes on sale tomorrow but is available to pre-order online now with free UK delivery.

Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi

With tumble dryers being both expensive and very bad for the environment; especially when you just have a couple of items you need drying, Aldi's heated air dryer may be just the solution to one of our biggest winter woes.

And whilst it does still require a certain degree of energy to get it powered up, it is far cheaper than running a tumble dryer.

Costing just 4p to run an hour, it's a much more wallet friendly alternative.

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As well as this, allowing your clothes to dry naturally in this way will put less stress on the fabric and keep your clothes in good condition for a much longer period of time.

The dryer features 20 separate heated bars and is big enough for sheets and towels as well, so no need to waste any time separating your freshly washed laundry.

It's a simple design that can be folded up quickly and easily - perfectly suited to any sized home.


Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi

It comes with a three year guarantee. Should any of the fixtures fail to work, simply return it to the shop and they will provide you with a replacement.

It has already received rave reviews from the last time it was on offer.

Receiving five stars on the site, people have commented on both its practicality and incredible affordability.

Featured Image Credit: Aldi

Topics: Aldi, Home, Clothes

Nicole Cherruault

Nicole is a freelance write for Tyla. Since graduating from The University of Edinburgh she has worked for Phoenix Magazine and British Vogue.

 

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