Woman explains how she dries her clothes in 4 minutes without turning on the heater

Instead of placing her clothes on a radiator or in a tumble dryer, the woman says she uses a heated clothes rack for dry cleaning – but there are cheaper ways

A woman explained how she dries her clothes without central heating
A woman explained how she dries her clothes without central heating

One woman explained how she drying her clothes in just 4 minutes without turning on her central heating.

Instead of putting her clothes on the radiator or in the tumble dryer, Manchester Evening News Readers say she uses a heated clothes rack.

Heating clothing planes are similar to a traditional clothes horse, but they can be plugged into mains electricity.

Typically, you can buy them at a variety of retailers including John Lewis, Argos, and Dunlem.

Aldi sometimes there is a heated farm implement as a Special Purchase, but currently, they are not in stock.

Liz Reynolds writes: “When I work from home, I have a heated clothes rack in my office that only takes 4p an hour to run and I can let the rest of the heat up.”

How the energy bill crisis affects you

She added: “We don’t have a tumble dryer, the heated rails are brilliant.”

But are they cheaper than using a tumble dryer? Popular clothes warmers sold in Aldi and Lakeland use 300 watts of power.

The tumble dryer has a much higher wattage – around 2,500w – so it uses more electricity.

However, you need to factor in how long each device will last to get a real feel for which one is best for the cost.

Are you worried about how you will pay your energy bills? Let us know:

Most reviews of heated tumble dryers say they can take up to eight hours for clothes to dry completely, compared to a smaller cycle in tumble dryers.

Plus, letting your clothes dry on a regular, non-electric blower – or drying them on a nice day – is the most cost-effective way to dry clean.

Families across the country and across the country will be looking for ways to lower their energy bills before a sharp increase in April.

Management agency Ofgem has confirmed that they are increasing the price cap to £693 from £1,277 to £1,971 from April 1 – a 54% increase and a big impact on household bills.

Prepaid customers will benefit even more, with a £708 increase from £1,309 to £2,017.

Check out what help you can get with your energy bill

If you are really concerned about your energy bill, you should talk to your energy provider first to see what they can help you with.

There are also many programs that you may be eligible for, especially if you are in a low-income household or claim benefits.

for example Warm house discount the scheme offers a one-time payment of £140 to those who receive the Guarantee element of Pension Credit or are on a low income.

There are also Winter fuel payment scheme, in which state pension recipients can receive between £100 and £300.

Low-income households can also get £25 a week to help pay their energy bills in the winter thanks to Cold weather payment plan too.

You may also want to use free sponsored search engine from debt charity Turn2Us to see what help is available where you live.

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