ALDI’s hot air dryer is back this week – and it costs just 7p an hour.
It sells for £39.99 online and in store and is useful for households looking to tackle their debt.
Households have been hit by rising electricity bills, with a household now costing £2,500 a year.
Many are looking for ways to cut their energy costs to save money.
One solution is to turn off energy-guzzling appliances, such as dryers, in favor of more cost-effective ones.
Air dryers are a cheaper way to dry your clothes in warm weather.
Aldi’s popular air conditioner costs less than 51p to last eight hours.
This compares to the average tumble dryer, which costs around 67p per cycle.
It has 20 heating bars and a large drying surface, which makes it quick to work or wash, with half the time of large or bulky items.
The supermarket chain is being sold online and in stores now.
Since it’s a Special Sale, once it’s gone, it’s gone – so you’ll want to act fast to get your own.
You can find your nearest Aldi using the store locator tool on its website.
Although expensive, be sure to shop around because you can find similar products elsewhere.
The prices also vary from day to day, what prices are based on the season and remember that you may pay for the delivery that you order online.
You can compare prices on websites such as Google Shopping and Trolley.co.uk – which compares the prices of 130,000 products across 14 major supermarkets.
With the New Deal app you can search for items and compare prices at several supermarkets to see where the price is.
How much does it cost to run a hot air dryer?
The cost of using a hot air dryer varies, depending on the power of the appliance.
Aldi says this heater costs up to 7p to run for an hour – that’s what Uswitch estimates is the average cost of running one.
So if you use it three times a week and keep it for four hours, it will cost you £10.92 a year.
The savings are huge compared to what it would cost if you used a tumble dryer.
According to Uswitch, it costs 67p per cycle to run your tumble dryer.
That works out to £104.52 a year if you use it three times a week.
How can I track my electricity bills?
The most obvious way to save money is to choose to hang your laundry on a clothes horse – or outside – to dry.
No pencils, but when it’s hot in the fall, keep in mind that your load may take longer to dry.
You can also save money on washing your clothes.
Which one? found that the average washing machine costs £38 per year to run four washes per week.
If you reduce the temperature to 30°C then it will only cost £25, saving £13, and dropping it to 20°C will cost around £14, saving £24.
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