I don’t know about you, but I always dread the winter months for one reason, and that’s the difficulty in washing and drying your laundry. I don’t have the space for a tumble dryer, so I rely on using a conventional washing line, and spend most of the winter months flicking through weather apps on my phone to see when it’s going to be dry and fine.
Laundry is something that we often take for granted. We do it because it needs to be done, but we rarely think about how to do it in a more economical and efficient way.
There are services like Laundryheap which are a godsend all year round, but in the winter, they really are a saviour as they offer an on-demand laundry service. Where they can do general washing, dry cleaning and ironing to suit your schedule, so
Laundryheap offer their customers free collection and delivery, so you don’t even have to worry about dropping off your laundry or clothing to them. If you want to try their services, you can book via their handy mobile app, or through their website, and they even offer same-day laundry and dry cleaning, with free next-day delivery, and guarantee the lowest price.
I hate washing bulky items like bedding or sofa covers, and never mind trying to iron them, so Laundryheap are ideal as they’ll professionally launder your items, and they don’t use any harsh chemicals within their servicing, making them perfect for those with sensitive skin.
Right now, you can take advantage of Laundryheap should you live or work in London, Birmingham, Manchester or Coventry, and hopefully there will more cities introduced over time.
One of the most annoying things about a wet winter is trying to dry your laundry, and it can be a pain to find places to hang your wet laundry, which then takes forever to dry. Whilst conventional clothes horses are a staple for most homes, a heated clothes rail will really help you this winter.
Heated laundry airers are a simple but genius way to make sure your clothes always look (and smell) their best. You may have seen these racks in the dry cleaners, but a heated clothes airer works much like a window air conditioner, pulling in hot air from both outside and inside to circulate around the clothing, which is then pushed out into the atmosphere as cool air, thus drying your clothing.
Another way to stay on top of your laundry this winter, is by using drying balls. They might sound a little random and strange, but they’re usually made from rubber, with lots of nodules on the outside.
They’re designed to dry your laundry faster by taking the moisture away from the clothes. This prevents any mould or mildew forming on your damp laundry, and they’re also reusable, environmentally friendly, and durable too.