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No More Soggy Towels When You Get Out Of the Shower

Harwood E Woodpecker

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There can be nothing worse than stepping out of the bath or shower to find that your towel is still damp from the last time you washed. This can ruin what might have been a perfectly wonderful bathing experience. So how can you make sure this doesn't happen to you the next time you bath? Get yourself a bath towel hanger.

Bath towel hangers come in all shapes, sizes and designs, from the very basic ones which attach over a door to the more elaborate floor standing and even heated versions. Heated ones can either be in the form of a radiator or can be an electric plug in hanger filled with oil which heats and dries the towel as it hangs. Of course, how warm the heated rails feel to the touch will bet on the ambient temperature of the bathroom and the sensitivity of individuals. It also comes with four pairs of metal rolls that curl in a very attractive way and is then outworked to order furled towels.

Towel rails are more than just a convenient addition to a bathroom; they come in so many shapes, sizes and designs that many people have them in their bathrooms for nothing more than a design feature that embellishes the look o an already beautiful bathroom. The beauty of these hangers is that they really do have so many different styles that you can either blend them into an already designed bathroom with ease or even design a brand new refurbished bathroom around an ornate towel hanger. Cast iron or chrome effect are the most popular styles on the market at present.

The luxuriant feeling of wrapping yourself in a heated towel when you step out of the bath or shower is always pleasing but add into this that the towel will be heated through until it is dry and then you also add in a new element of hygiene as the towel isn't left to slowly dry and keep damp in the air in the bathroom. Damp towels can be a breeding ground for any number of germs and bacteria including mold and mildew, neither of which you really want in your bathroom.

They unremarkable have a lever or a handle, which is turned or pressed in order to start or stop the flow of the hot water into the hanger enabling you to control the temperature to a manageable degree. As inviting as a sweltering bathroom is in mid January it isn't so appealing in the height of summer. The warmer the bathroom the warmer the appliance will feel as they are designed to draw in heat from the surrounding air and use it to keep the towels heated. So there you have it, with a bathroom towel hanger you can freshen up the look of a tired bathroom with a bit of designer flair, you can improve the overall hygiene of the bathroom by doing away with damp musty towels and you can also get the added bonus of heated towels if you want to spend a little more money.

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