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It’s becoming a little colder outside and getting darker earlier and, well, it looks like autumn is well and truly on its way.
And as the kids return to school and life becomes a little more hectic, Aldi has your back with a savvy invention that’ll give you some time back.
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The popular supermarket chain has brought its electric heated clothes dryer back, which comes with a very budget-friendly price tag to boot.
The invention means no more waiting for ages for clothes to dry or running outside frantically to swipe your garments off the line as it starts to pour down.
Instead, you can dry your clothes simply and easily indoors using the airer, which is also easy to fold away so it won’t be a garish addition to the home when not in use.
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Altogether, the frame, which retails at £28.99, can fit bed sheets and towels and 20 separate heated bars worth of clothes, so dry what you will.
For those just as excited as us about the heated dryer, you can pre-order it online now and it dropped it stores on Sunday 13 September – but be quick, because it tends to sell out fast.
Taking to Twitter, one shopper was relieved to see the clothes horse had returned to stores, writing: “I’m excited that Aldi are going to restock their heated clothes dryer – does this mean I’m an adult now?"
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Another added: “Can tell I'm almost 30 because I'm more excited to get the heated clothes dryer from Aldi than I am about shoes."
Aldi has also introduced its series of back-to-school range, including a Lily and Dan Kids' Sweatshirt, available in red and navy for 50p and there is also the chance to pick up girls and boys trousers with a £1.75 price tag.
You can get polo shirts for both girls and boys for £1.75 in white and blue.
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The bundle is the same as the one sold by the supermarket last year, and is on sale as part of Aldi’s popular Back to School range.
The clothing is available for children aged three to 11.
Additionally, the garments will actually make you feel good about buying them, as they don't consist of fast fashion and throwaway threads.
The items are made from recycled plastic bottles and are a product of the ‘Cotton Made In Africa’ initiative.
This is an organisation that strives to improve the living and working conditions of African cotton farmers and their families.
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