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Remember those summer days where you could top-up your tan while hanging out the washing outside?
Sadly, those are now behind us for another year, but that’s no reason to despair.
Autumn means the start of Netflix marathons in our cosiest pyjamas and the slow roll towards Christmas. But it also means we’re shopping for indoor clothes airers.
We need one that folds away easily, can dry our clothes in record time and is big enough to hold the entire household’s washing to leave our radiators underwear free.
This airer can hold 10kg of clothing and has heated bars that will help speed up the drying process.
Perhaps best of all, once you're finished drying, the airer can be quickly (and easily) folded flat for convenient storage.
Because there’s nothing worse than wrestling with an indoor airer after hours of folding clothes and distributing them to the right drawers.
Buy it: 11.5m Heated Electric Indoor Clothes Airer | £40 from Argos
What the reviews say
More than 750 people have already beaten us to it with expressing their excitement over this household gadget.
“Perfect for helping dry the washing during the winter months.”
“Absolutely great product, lightweight and easy to use... Would recommend.”
“This clothes dryer has changed my life. Love it. Clothes dry overnight. Very safe. I have recommended it to my friend and family.”
“Really good product, made such a difference to drying my clothes - and really easy to fold away.”
“Will recommend it to everybody. You can use it without electricity in the summer and with electricity in the winter. Instead of buying those rubbish ones which start breaking from the first day of purchase. invest in one of [these] and [you] will never regret doing so.”
Now, if only we could find a quicker way to pair up matching socks, we’d be eternally happy.
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