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Tumble dryers buying guide If you've a busy household or no garden, getting the washing dry in the colder months can be a problem. Tumble drying speed...
Tumble Dryers Buying Guide When it comes to which tumble dryer is best for you, our guide explains the standout features and technologies to consider....
Previous - Washing Machines / Price Next - Tumble Dryers / Types of Tumble Dryer Your Guide to Buying a Tumble Dryer Tumble dryers are one of life’s little luxuries. Dry cloth...
...improve our sites. If you continue, we'll assume that you're happy to accept our cookies. Find out more about cookies How to buy the best tumble dryer By Matt Stevens Condenser or vented dryer? Automatic or manual? 6 or 8kg drum? This expert guide will help you pick out the best tumble d...
MENU Search Guide Buyer's guide: Tumble dryers By Justin Schamotta Justin Schamotta, 10 August 2015 ( last updated ) ©iStock.com/gerenme GAS or electric? Venting or condensing? S...
Tumble Dryer Buying Guide Here are the top 5 things you need to know when it comes to choosing your brand new tumble dryer. Condenser or Vented? There...
Previous - Tumble Dryers / Tumble Dryer Prices Next - Washer Dryers / Types of Washer Dryer Introduction Washer dryers combine two appliances in one. They...
Choosing the perfect hair dryer Choosing the Perfect Hair Dryer When it comes to choosing the best hair dryer, there is a lot more to it then hot air. Certain features in a hai...
Good Housekeeping Good Housekeeping Institute Goodhousekeeping Institute Tried & Tested Which type of hairdryer is best? For luscious locks, a good hairdryer is an essential. To help you buy the best, check out this must-read guide from the Good Housekeepi...
...ve our sites. If you continue, we'll assume that you're happy to accept our cookies. Find out more about cookies How to buy the best hair dryer By Oli McKean Expert tips on how to choose the best hair dryer for you, including which features to look for and how much to spend. Put us to th...
Hair dryers - Argos buying guides Introduction to hair dryers A hair dryer is an essential tool, whether you’re simply looking to blow dry your hair ...
Using a solid, high performance hair dryer is the best thing you can do for your hair. It should be easy to use, relatively light, and extremely hard-working (so you can cut down styling ...
... room. This Beko dishwasher is only 45cm wide, compared to around 60cm for a full size machine. Although you can buy washing machines and tumble dryers with smaller drum sizes, the actual size of the appliance tends not to vary that much. With a slimline dishwasher, you can wash around 9...
...on the programme used, but some will also have a variable spin speed function so you can select it yourself. If you're intending to use a tumble dryer, it's worth choosing a machine with a good high spin speed as it's more economical to extract water from spinning than from tumble drying...
...s and a deeper clean for your clothes. If you are short on space you might want to choose a combined washer dryer - a washing machine and tumble dryer in one. It'll save you space both in the kitchen and around the house as you won't need to find room to hang up your clothes. Please note...
...urer’s instructions. You can also wash your clothes at lower temperatures and spin them well before putting them in the tumble dryer. Keeping your appliances clean will help, too – removing the lint from the filter in your dryer is a must. What are Was...
... be extracted from the wash load, so the less drying time it will need. Each 200rpm increase in spin speed means a 10 minute reduction in tumble drying time, and lower overall costs. Spin drying performance is also measured on a scale of A-G, with A-rated appliances producing the driest ...
...quire longer drying times, or for when you need to have those favourite or important outfits ready to wear in less time without needing a tumble dryer. Look for a machine with a medium spin speed (1400 to 1500 rpm) for efficient everyday laundry. If you prefer to hang your clothes out to...
...fier models have a laundry setting that allows you to dry clothes indoors quickly. Some people prefer to use a dehumidifier rather than a tumble dryer, as it uses less electricity. Clothes also tend to be easier to iron when they have been hung correctly. Continuous drainage If you want ...
...he exterior of metal kettles with soapy water and buff with a microfibre cloth. Back to top More from the GHI Oven or cooker buying guide Tumble dryer buying guide Dishwasher buying guide Back to top
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