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How ABIS Heated Clothes Airers save you time and money

How ABIS Heated Clothes Airers save you time and money

Work and life balance is a struggle for many. Some need to do multiple jobs, and that is why being able to save time and money at home is a great help.

At home, laundry is one of the household chores you will always be doing, which scrapes off most of your time and money. Appliances in your laundry area such as the washing machine and drying machine are some of the most expensive ones you can get at home. It also costs a lot to run these because they need a ton of wattage and time to do their job.

Table of contents:

  1. How to save time and money through your laundry?
  2. How does ABIS 3-Tier Heated Clothes Airer save your time?
  3. How does ABIS 3-Tier Heated Clothes Airer save your money?
  4. Conclusion
  5. FAQs

 

How to save time and money through your laundry?

There are a lot of ways on how you can save time and money in your household. Here’s a list of what you can do or adjust in your laundry routine to save time and money:

1. Change or Invest in an Energy-Efficient Washing Machine

Almost all appliances have converted into energy-saving necessities. In this era, there’s no reason not to convert to one. Your conventional washing machine takes a lot of power; some are even wasted just to do its function. An energy-efficient washing machine not just saves up energy but is also lightweight and saves your money by lowering your monthly bill. 

Energy Star Certified washing machines in the market are proven to lessen the energy and water being consumed whenever you are running it for your laundry. 

2. Use cold water

Most of the energy being used in washing machines is because of using hot water. It takes time to heat the water and consumes more power rather than just simply using cold water. To add up, warm water can also cause bright colours to fade, and it can shrink your clothing. Warm water can damage certain synthetic fabrics too, like nylon, vinyl, and polyester. It breaks down the fibres in clothes and can ruin them, whereas it is entirely safe for your clothing to use cold water instead.

3. Get full loads

If you are thinking about doing the laundry batch by batch, don’t do it. The difference in energy being used between small and full loads is minimal, and running it in different loads will consume more energy. It is far better just to do it in a full load. One full load saves up more energy. If you need to wash a few clothes, choose the correct size setting on your washing machine. Many don't remember changing this setting, and even for an energy-efficient washing machine, this is still wasteful. 

4. Switch to a Clothes Airer

Instead of using a conventional drying machine, use a clothes airer. It is a cheaper appliance, and it will save you money because you just need to hang your clothes up to dry them. If you want your clothes to dry faster, you can choose to have an electric heated clothes airer that will radiate heat to your clothes to make the drying process faster.

ABIS 3-Tier Heated Clothes airer is just the right electric heated clothes airer if your goal is to save time and money.

How does ABIS 3-Tier Heated Clothes Airer save your time?

Other heated clothes airers do not radiate much energy or heat for your clothes to dry faster. Sometimes it takes more than 8 hours to completely dry your laundry, which is too much time, especially if you are a very busy person and cannot be within your home in that period.

ABIS 3-Tier ensures that it will reduce your drying time by hours, even during the winter season. It has three levels in which you can fully optimize for drying your clothes. Having enough space for your laundry can save you time because it has all the room for your dirty clothes even if you are doing full loads. ABIS 3-Tier has a drying space of 20.5m with a drying capacity of 15kg. ABIS 3-Tier is also designed to be portable and foldable, so you can easily move it around and store it quickly without any problem.

How does ABIS 3-Tier Heated Clothes Airer save your money?

Drying machines are way more expensive than a heated clothes airer. It also costs more for a drying machine to run than a heated clothes airer. Simply using an electric heated clothes airer is already a great way to save money. However, some electric drying racks are too expensive and sometimes consume more energy than a usual one.

On the other hand, ABIS 3-Tier Heated Clothes Airer can save you money because ABIS made sure that its radiator is exceptionally energy-efficient. It is proven that the overall monthly cost is low when compared to your conventional drying machines. To add up, ABIS 3-Tier is also made from premium aluminum rods that are ensured to be rust-free, which makes it highly durable. With that, you can have ABIS 3-Tier for a long time. It also has a waterproof power switch to keep you safe and your ABIS 3-Tier all functional. No worrying about breaking and having to buy a new one. 

Conclusion

All in all, ABIS 3-Tier Heated Clothes Airer is a good investment in your laundry area. Not only will it save you time and money, but it will also save you some space and stress from thinking about how to make your monthly expenses low. ABIS 3-Tier is the electric clothes airer that is right for you. 

FAQ’s:

1. Is it faster to use an electric clothes airer than a regular clothes airer?

Since an electric clothes airer radiates heat from the rack itself, then yes. The heat will make the drying process of your wet clothes a lot faster than just hanging them on a regular clothes airer.

2. Is a clothes airer cheaper than a drying machine?

Yes, it is way cheaper; fewer materials are needed to build a clothes airer. The average drying machine costs around £150 to £400 while a clothes airer only costs around £20 to £150.

3. Does an electric clothes airer run less energy than a drying machine?

Yes, electric clothes airers use less energy to run than a drying machine. Conventional drying machines use about 2,000 to  6,000 watts to run, while an electric clothes airer just needs about 230 watts.