WITH energy bills on the rise, many Brits are looking for ways to save money where they can.
We all know that tumble dryers are expensive, leaving many of us searching for cost-effective ways to try our washing.
While tumble dryers are the fastest way to dry wet laundry, they can be costly to run.
But luckily for you, Mrs Hinch fans have come to the rescue and have shared their quick, simple trick for getting clothes dry, without needing to use a tumble dryer.
Ever since cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch, otherwise known as Sophie Hinchliffe, took to Instagram, cleaning tips and tricks have become more and more popular.
There’s even Facebook groups where cleaning fanatics share their hacks for getting their homes and clothes spotless.
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And the latest hack focuses on getting clothes dry in a cost effective way.
On one such group, Facebook user Phil Joy asked Mrs Hinch fans: “Hi, looking for clothes airer recommendations.
“Due to electric bill going up, the dryer will be out of use.
“I do have a humidifier so I can also use that. Thanks.”
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Fortunately, Mrs Hinch fans were quick to reveal their clothes dryer recommendations.
There were a variety of different recommendations suggested, but the most popular responses suggested using a heater airer from Lakeland.
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One person said: “Highly recommend Lakeland heated airers.
“They seem pricey to start but we’ve had ours for eight years now.
“Very cheap to run, most effective with the cover, but can use a double duvet cover and works just as well.
“I’ve never used a tumble drier with a household of four.”
Another added: “I use this and the cover with my dehumidifier inside it, two hours and everything is bone dry.”
A third commented: “I have a heated clothes airer from Lakeland. I put it on before going to bed and clothes are dry in the morning.”
The Dry:Soon 3-Tier Heated Airer costs £119.99 from Lakeland.
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You can also get a Dry:Soon Mini 3-Tier Heated Airer for £95.99 from Lakeland.
While this may seem expensive to many, as the Mrs Hinch fans suggest, it’s a large one-off payment, but then your monthly bills will be lower due to not needing to use a tumble dryer.
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