Unsurprisingly, the rise in demand for heated clothes airers is a direct result of the cost-of-living crisis which does affect each and every one of us in the UK at the moment one way or another, which has seen many households adopt new ways to try and save energy and money in any way possible.
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Why get an airer?
Most heated clothes airers tend to resemble their non-heated counterparts, on which damp laundry is draped over aluminium bars, ready to air dry. With heated options, a heating component inside the metal bars uses electricity to warm up the bars, which in turn speeds up the process of drying. They need to be plugged into an outlet to work, so as long as there is space to fit the airer near a plug socket, you shouldn’t have any issues.