Aldi brings back the heated clothes airer just as temperatures plummet ahead of winter

As temperatures begin to fall while we head into autumn and winter, anything to make our clothes dry that little bit quicker would be a welcome move.

Fear not, as Aldi has brought back one of its all-time favourites – a heated clothes airer.

It means no more bracing the cold to hang out your garments on the washing line, and it’ll bring an end to your worries of a sudden rain downpour.

It’s been released as part of the Aldi Special Buys for laundry and cleaning and it couldn’t have come at a better time.

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Just a few weeks ago we felt the scorching heat of 30C+ across the county, before flash floods and torrential rain fell from the skies.

Now the temperature has dropped down to 18C but it can feel as cold as 13C due to wind.

Why is the Aldi clothes airer so special?

The Easy Home 230W Heated Airer includes 20 heated bars that can be used to dry out clothes, towels and bedding.

The lightweight foldable design means that it can be stored away easily in-between uses.

Aldi heated clothes airer

It also comes with a handy three-year warranty.

For the price of £28.99 you’ll now be able to dry your clothes from the comfort of indoors.

The product can be found here.

It’s already sold out online but you may be able to get it in store in the Aldi middle aisle, or wait for it to come back into stock.

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