JML Dri-Buddie...

(5 Posts)

Does anyone have one? If yes, is it any good?

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dribuddy

Solo Sun 02-Dec-12 13:03:02

I have one. It does work, but not when you have it completely full (18 items) unless they are things like cotton shirts, lighter items etc. Jeans, fleeces etc? forget it!
I find my 28 year old tumble drier is quicker for things that can be tumbled and even hanging wet clothes on an airer with limited central heating on is quicker. Also, the DriBuddy takes up quite a large area of the room it's in.

Hmm, thanks. Not convinced at all now. What about creases, is it any better than a conventional dryer?

crunchingautumnleaves Sun 02-Dec-12 20:49:19

If you haven't got a tumble drier/no space for one, it's great - much easier than without. If you're thinking of getting one to supplement a tumble drier... forget it! I've found the best way is to use alternate arms (so you're only using 3 of the 6 arms to dry 9 hangers' worth not 18) & use it more for finishing things off (after first putting on airer in bathroom with dehumidifier).

Solo Sun 02-Dec-12 23:08:55

Makes no difference re creases.

Good tips crunching thanks! smile

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