Doing laundry in any season other than summer is frankly only ever a faff. After giving your clothes a spin around the washing machine, you lay it all out - only to return several days later and find it's STILL not dry... And now just smells of damp.
Similar to last year's popular product, the free-standing 'pyramid airer' boasts a 'space saving foldable design', with a dedicated mesh shelf for 'delicates' and velcro pegs.
According to Aldi's website, it heats up in approximately five minutes, and can be used to dry everything from clothes and quilts to shoes, with a dedicated mesh shelf 'for delicates'.
A description online says: "Improve your daily laundry routine with this Easy Home Heated Clothes Airer. It's foldable design makes it super easy to fold away when not in use.
"A 2-way switch can be used to control a heated area which will dry your clothes in a matter of minutes.
"A shoe rack, delicate mesh shelves and peg hangers mean that you can dry all of your clothes with ease."
Costing £89.99, the airer isn't as cheap as some of Aldi's Special Buys, but surely a solid investment for this winter and many others to come.
Not available in stores, the airer is an online-only product that can pre-ordered now ready for an estimated dispatch date of 30 September.
Of course, September is also the dreaded spider mating season, which means many of us have come face-to-face with more eight-legged intruders than we'd like.
Along with its heated airer, Aldi is now stocking the Zero In Spider Repellent Spray, a deterrent that promises to do the trick.
According to the product's description, the natural, poison-free repellent 'creates an invisible barrier that deters spiders' and lasts up to three weeks.
But not only that, it's an absolute snip at £3.99 ($5.50) - although if you don't fancy forking out a few quid, you could always make your own.
A TikToker recently shared a life-changing 'hack' for anyone scared of spiders, and it uses just a couple of cheap household products. All you need is some peppermint oil, water and a spray bottle.
Posting the 'spider hack' online, Heather White (@sour_patch_chick95) said: "For all of you that do not like spiders, this is a hack.
"You can put peppermint oil and water in a spray bottle. Spray it on the outside of doors, window frames - they'll stay out of your house."
Just bear in mind that you'll need to check the ingredients if you have any pets in order to make sure they won't be affected by the spray.
Featured Image Credit: Aldi