Minky Tower Indoor Airer with 40 m Drying Space, Metal, Silver and Black
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Obviously, the more bars on an airer, the more clothes you can hang up, but be careful not to overload them with heavy items, such as jeans and bulky jumpers, as they can collapse under the weight. Compare that to a tumble dryer - typically upwards of 35p an hour to run - and a heated clothes airer can be an effective, space- and money-saving solution for the home. Where's the best place to buy a clothes airer?
Folding styles – usually with three or four sections – are often the cheapest and the easiest to store when not in use as they’re less bulky. The tall structural steel frame is fully foldable, allowing you to store a small and compact unit with ease. The trendy rose gold coating not only looks the part, but actually adds to the unit’s durability too! Practical and popular with anyone looking for a clothes airer that doesn't take up any space, this wall-mounted design is 'compact and really tidy'.If you don’t have a garden in which to put up a clothesline - or the space inside the home for a tumble dryer - you’ll need the best clothes airer you can find to dry your washing. The Minky 40 metre Tower Airer offers maximum flexibility for drying long items or flat drying delicate items using its unique multi position, easy fold shelf system. The airer can be folded flat to sit against a wall or a radiator and the wheels allow ease of manoeuvring when fully loaded. This airer offers a huge 40 metres of hanging space, comprising of 64 rungs plus hanger holes to additionally hold 10 hangers. The extra strong tubular steel construction can simply be clipped into position for easy assembly and storage. It does, however, need quite a lot of room, so is best for those who have plenty of space in a spare bedroom, for example.
With a combination of 3 tiers, the Tower Foldable 3–Tier Airer allows you to utilise up to a whopping 16m of drying space, making it a must–have for even the largest families or flat shares. This durable 3–tier structure is suitable for airing everything from everyday clothing to bed sheets, curtains, and blankets – thanks to its horizontal steel rods across each tier, which creates a handy flat surface for hanging larger items. Hang it on a chair, cupboard door or washing line, it works indoors or out and includes a few integrated hooks.
Ideal for drying a large load of washing (it can support 20kg), Brabantia’s clothes airer with wings includes a shelf for drying delicates flat. If you're pushed for space, then an over-the-bath airer like this one from Metaltx will take up a lot less room. You can also try homewares stores like John Lewis and Lakeland for clothes airers in a range of different styles.
This folding design is made from plastic so it’s super lightweight, and can be placed in any shape, depending on the space you have available. Tiered designs pull up in a concertina shape and are usually three tiers high; they’re the best option if you have limited space to dry your clothes.The Extra Large Minky 40m Tower Airer gives the optimalin drying versatility due to its foldable shelving structure and corner hangers. Ideal for long items or flat drying, the airer wheels into position and can be folded to fit flat against walls or radiators. In addition the corner hangers create extra drying space and hold up to10 coat hangers.The footprint of the airer allow it to fit discretely away into a standard shower unit if required. After use it folds flat for storage. If you have a family to wash for and seem to find yourself with endless piles of washing, a tower airer is your best bet as they can dry the most clothes in one sitting.