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Do you have the additional cover? How do you feel about it and life in general?
they probably need to have a long hard look at themselves to be honest.
and yes they do the job... over several days.
The weather is going to go down the shitter soon and ruin outside drying.
I'll level with you here, the Minky is doing my head in.
Think we need to increase the frequency of washes to avoid the overcrowding issue that is currently leading to slightly damp smelling clothes but I really think a three-tiered job should be able to handle a weekly wash for two people.
but if it means only having to have the washing up for a few hours, what price is that?
We have a utility room but it has no through air and is freezing, no substance can dry in there. Stick up the mother fucking Lakeland effort - bingo!... maybe.
But I've definitely spent more than that (cumulatively) on things that have had way less of an impact on my life than this would.
Wouldn't that dry the clothes?
why not go the whole hog and buy an actual tumble dryer?
plus you need to iron tumble dried clothes and that ain't my thing.
We do actually have one as the previous owners left theirs... not sure how they were using it as the window does not even open in that room.
and we haven't put the heating on yet.
still fine and dandy do have stuff on the line....for now
but we are out of the house by 7am/ish so can't do that in the week.
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this looks cool though
but it is cheaper.
oh wait- THREE-tiered? no, sorry!! i have a REAL heated airer for grown men LOL
Got one. Dried a full load in 20 hours and it was on for probably a little under half that time. Gave off a nice bit of warmth too.
but it folds flat. You do need to move stuff about to maximise its ability.
How did you manage that?
directly on there.
The sprialiser turned up on Friday, spiralised the shit out of some courgettes and carrots so far. Good stuff.
It's dishwasher Thursday on Thursday!!!!!!!!!!!!!
plus we do not really want to put a hole through the wall and we do not like ironing.
We have solved that by having a washer/drier (not a efficient as separate machines, abut still really good). for no ironing, take clothes out when nearly dry and hang, intricate clothes or shirts go to johnsons to get steam pressed.
Still use the non heated minky too of course, won't hear a words against it. Just sometimes you need to dry with speed.
We will dry towels in the machine but not much else.
We definitely need some new users that we can slag off for posting in the wrong place.
I like to pretend Im a down on my luck actor living in the capital when I go in. I use the huge tumble dryer to use my clothes so the Lakeland Three tiered heated dryer isn't something I've really needed....
i'm sure it was "only" £50ish.
changed my life completely though, it's so worth it.