Drying washing in Winter is the bane of my life. Actually, drying it in Spring and Autumn is the bane of my life too! Now that we have Daisy, who is 3, we have even more washing. Factor in a cat, dog and a turtle and we have a LOT of washing. Towels, bedding, clothes, etc etc.
For quite a few years we’ve managed drying clothes in a flat without a heated airer. Then finally I caved in. Back in December 2018, I decided to order us a *Dry:Soon 3-Tier Heated Tower Airer. Before I placed my order I asked a LOT of other parents I know online what they thought of them. The reviews were mixed, which made me feel a bit nervous about spending over £100 on the Dry:Soon 3-Tier Heated Tower Airer. However, I figured I would order it and if it was rubbish I could just send it back via Amazon! Anyway, here is it – my review of the Dry:Soon 3-Tier Heated Tower Airer.
We were gifted this washing machine in exchange for coverage. Household chores are something that I actually find fairly enjoyable. Mostly. I know this is a bit unusual, to find chores enjoyable, but I always feel proud when my home is clean and organised. I regularly run through my 30 day declutter challenge and do what I can to keep our home clutter-free. Having appliances and products that make life easier, quicker or better is what I love. Today I want to talk to you about how I’m saving time with my new Beko washing machine.
We were gifted this washing machine in exchange for coverage. My daughter has FPIES. This means that we do a LOT of washing in our home. It is not unusual, on a bad night, to get through 3-4 sets of her bedding, and sometimes ours too. I don’t begrudge this, of course, but I can’t stand having piles of washing sitting around waiting to be done. I love to get the machine loaded in the night when she is ill and then turn it on first thing in the morning. Today I want to talk to you about my new washing machine, the Beko WTG941B1, which comes in black and white. As you can see I have the black model.