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Aldi Is Bringing Back Its Heated Clothes Drier This Week

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Aldi Is Bringing Back Its Heated Clothes Drier This Week

If you don't have the luxury of having a tumble drier, you'll be pleased to know that Aldi is bringing back its heated clothes airer this week.

The budget supermarket chain will start selling the sought-after item as part of its Specialbuys range - and it'll set you back less than £30.

The popular item is coming back just in time for the end of summer, meaning if you were dreading having damp, musty clothes, you're in luck.

Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi
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The Easy Home 230W Heated Airer is only £28.99 and you can pre-order it on the Aldi website. It's due to be sold in stores from Sunday 13 September, but it's likely to sell out again.

It's described on the website as 'a simple way to dry clothing indoors over the winter months'.

The official description reads: "Sometimes, popping your washing out on the line is not an option, especially when it comes to the unreliability of the weather!

"This Easy Home 230W Heated Airer is great for those rainy days when the washing line is out of action.

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Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi

"All 20 bars of the airer are heated for quality drying of clothes, towels and bedding, and the lightweight foldable design means that it can be stored away easily in-between uses."

And while we're preparing for the autumn to set in, Aldi has saved the day once again with its spider catcher.

If, like me, the thought of hand-sized, sex-crazed spiders (yeah, you read that right) invading your home fills you with dread - feast your eyes on this device.

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The amazing spider-catching gizmo is back - just in time for the dreaded autumn mating season, which sees the creepy crawlies invade our homes in their droves.

It works in a similar way to a litter picker, but instead of grabbing pieces of rubbish, gentle bristles allow you to carefully catch a spider or daddy long legs without harming it.

Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi

The 60cm long handle also means you can access hard-to-reach areas - perfect for when you've discovered a massive spider staring down at you from your bedroom ceiling.

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When you've managed to scoop up the insect, you can simply take it outside and set it free - no need for grisly spider murder scenes.

The gadget costs £7.99 ($10.50), the same price as last time it was on sale at Aldi. It's currently sold out online but if you're quick, you may still be able to find them in stores.

Featured Image Credit: Aldi

Topics: Aldi, UK News

Amelia Ward
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