Lidl is selling a heated clothes airer for a bargain price

DRYING your clothes has never been easier now that Lidl is selling a heated clothes airer at a rock bottom price.

The discounter has also launched a space-saving tower airer, that will get your laundry dry in no time at all.

Both airers are available in store only, so you'll have to head to your nearest Lidl.

The offers are while stocks last, so if you want one, you'll need to act fast.

There are around 760 Lidls across the UK and you can find your closest using the store finder tool.

Minky Wing 12m heated clothes airer – £39.99 – view now

This heated dryer costs just 4p an hour to run, according to Lidl.

It can hold up to 16kg of weight, meaning you should be able to get a whole washing load on at once.

There's 12m of drying space when it's fully extended.

It weighs 3.1kg and is only available in store, so you need to think about how you're going to get it home.

The dryer has a recommended retail price of £49.99, so you're saving 20 per cent by going to Lidl.

The exact same dryer would cost you £50 at Argos or £49.99 direct from Minky Wing.

Aquapur tower clothes airer – £14.99 – view now

If you don't want to splash out on a heated dryer, Lidl's Aquapur three-tier airer is selling for just £14.99.

The discounter says it is perfect for drying in small spaces – unfolded it is 160cm high, 74cm wide and 57cm deep.

It comes with wheels making it easy to move around your home or put away.

The total drying space when it is extended is 16m and the maximum load is 15kg.

We couldn't see the same airer available online anywhere else.

You can get a slightly cheaper tiered airer from Amazon, at £12.21, but it doesn't come with the same useful wings.

Argos have an even cheaper basic airer for just £9.34, but if you want one that's similar in design to the Lidl option, you'd have to spend £30 at Argos.

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