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Snap up this Lidl heated clothes airer for under £20

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As the nights draw in, temperatures plummet and good weather feels like months ago, many of us will be looking for cheaper ways to get our laundry dry without cranking the heating up.

Heated clothes airers are very in vogue right now, thanks to being less expensive to run than putting the heating on and being kinder to your clothes than tumble drying is.

But as the cost of living crisis continues to cause chaos for households across the UK, heated clothes airers can come with a hefty price tag – but fortunately the middle of Lidl has come to the rescue.

Lidl is now stocking the Aquapur Tower Clothes Airer, which is perfect for drying your laundry in small spaces and costs just £19.99 – a whopping £130 cheaper than Lakeland’s version.

The Aquapur Tower Clothes Airer comes with different hanging options, with three fold-out levels on both sides as well as four swivelling holders for up to 16 clothes hangers (perfect for shirts and dresses).

For super tight spaces, Lidl’s heated clothes airer can also be used with just one side unfolded and is also suitable for shower cubicles.

Once you’ve finished drying your clothes on the sturdy and durable frame (which can be whizzed about your home on its four wheels), the whole thing folds up for space-saving storage.

It also comes with a three-year warranty, making your £19.99 go even further.

The Aquarpur Tower Clothes Airer can be purchased at your local Lidl while stocks last.

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