• Hartmann Nissen posted an update 4 months ago

    During wet or stormy weather the ever-growing mountain of washing piles up awaiting the tumble clothes dryer or perhaps a vacation to the launderette.

    Families with growing children provide an a great deal larger problem with the washing increasing on a regular basis.

    Dryer for clothing pricing is expensive and extremely hard to control. Even some "sensor" models keep working before complete load is dry. They just cannot separate the dried clothes in the process.

    The humble airer began its life since the pulley style model familiar to all of us all, hanging from the kitchen ceiling which could become difficult to negotiate on "washing day".

    The actual modern clothes airer drying rack and retractable washing line give a real replacement for the tumble drier particularly if weather conditions prevent outdoor drying.

    The clothes airer is very useful for the aged who may have mobility difficulties or are now living in a rental on their own.

    Those with disability in general and wheelchair users specifically benefit from the utilisation of the indoor wall mounted washing airer. This is mounted within an optimum height to accommodate the wheelchair user who can wheel into position underneath the airer, because they would approach a table.

    Wheelchair users report a better feeling of independence and sense of dignity because they can conduct the complete laundry cycle – washing, drying and ironing with no need to go outside or enlist the aid of a relative or friend.

    Similarly the apartment dweller without having airing cupboard or with restrictions on washing lines and balcony drying could make use of a attached to the wall clothes airer that can be fixed in previously unusable space, and being fully retractable could be folded away if not needed.

    The attached to the wall airer can be mounted at any height to accommodate the user. The floor standing airer has already been at waist height whilst an within the bath washing lines are normally positioned at chest or head height.

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