Been out in the snow? Need to dry wet clothes quickly and easily?

There are two words we keep hearing… “Fresh” and “snow”. Usually a great novelty in most parts of this country (especially for children!) and we all know how beautiful it is to look at, but apart from the many external disruptions it causes, this type of weather causes problems inside your house too! If like me you have children (and a dog) you will know the scenario… you go out possibly to walk the dog, which leads to snow fights, which leads to wet clothes, which means you have nowhere to put your wet clothes except on radiators where they dry too quickly… not to mention the wet dog towel that you have just used to wipe both the dog’s paws and the now wet floor… and so on and so on.

Radiator Towel Rails are great for drying wet clothes in such a situation. They remove the need to use the dryer (and so reduces extra cost of running it) and clothes don’t get the stiffness they get when drying directly on the radiator. overdoor hangerThey are particularly quick in this weather when you need it to dry quickly (and lets face it everyone has their radiators on in this weather anyway). To make best use of radiator space an adjustable towel rail is great… check out this Telescopic Radiator Towel Rail with non-slip protective caps to prevent scuffing your radiator and the width of the rail extends from 39cms (15 1/ 4″) to 67cms (26 1/4″). Overdoor hangers are also great for drying clothes when space is limited and by having your clothes on hangers will help keep out the creases when drying.

Happy snowballing!

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2 Responses to “Been out in the snow? Need to dry wet clothes quickly and easily?”

  1. Joshua Kuczynski says:

    Because of reading your blog, I decided to create my own. I had never been interested in keeping a blog until I saw how fun yours was, then I was inspired!

  2. Martin says:

    Walking the dog with the kids definitiely requires a lot of different kind of heating elements, but yeah sure, I agree that the towel rail could have a use like that. Mostly used by humans in bathrooms though. 😉

    Martin

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