A woman has revealed how she dries her clothes for just 4p.
Instead of putting her clothes on the radiators or in a dryer, Liz Reynolds uses a heated clothes rail.
Heated clothes airers are similar to a traditional rack, but these can be plugged into the mains electricity.
They can be bought in John Lewis, Argos and even Dunelm.
Now the Manchester Evening News reader has revealed how this trick costs her a few pennies.
She said: “When I work from home I have a heated clothes rail in my office, it’s only 4p an hour to run and I can leave the heating off.
“We don’t have a tumble dryer, the heated rails are brilliant.”
But are these really cheaper than a tumble dryer?
A tumble dryer uses a much higher wattage – around 2,500w – so it does spend more electricity.
You can always leave your clothes to dry on a regular airer that requires no electricity, or even hanging them outside on a nice day.
It comes as Brits will be looking for ways to reduce their energy bills ahead of huge hikes in April.
Previously, a mum cut her heating bill from £95 to just £12 after following a Martin Lewis tip.
He says having heating on when it is needed is the best thing to do.
Martin added: “According to experts at the Energy Saving Trust, the idea it’s cheaper to leave the heating on low all day is a myth.”
And one woman named Carolann Culshaw said she slashed her bill by following Martin’s suggestion.
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