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Sheila's Maids - do clothes dry?

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partystress Fri 02-Nov-12 17:11:14

Have built a new utility room which has turned out to have a suprisingly high ceiling. Got me thinking I could put a Sheila's Maid thingy up there and maybe get rid of my fold out airer and stop having stuff all over radiators. But do they actually work? (There is normal central heating in the room, but no boiler or anything there to add extra heat.) TiA

amazonianwoman Fri 02-Nov-12 18:20:00

Yes they're fab. Mine hangs above a radiator in the utility and most stuff dries overnight. Even in the (non existant) summer when the heating wasn't on, clothes dried more quicker than on my old zigzag fold up type airer.

amazonianwoman Fri 02-Nov-12 18:20:40

more quicker?? Just quicker!

ditavonteesed Fri 02-Nov-12 18:21:29

I want one in my dining room but cant decide if clothes will end up smelling of cooking.

raindroprhyme Fri 02-Nov-12 18:22:47

Yes they are great.

Caerlaverock Fri 02-Nov-12 18:22:51

They are fab, if you have highceilings.

partystress Fri 02-Nov-12 18:41:01

Thanks v much all - I will invest!

Isandri Mon 05-Nov-12 08:30:34

They are wonderful even if you don't have a really high ceiling

PigletJohn Mon 05-Nov-12 10:26:50

A sheilas maid is a good way of transferring water from the washed clothes to the walls and windows of your home.

Caerlaverock Mon 05-Nov-12 11:04:14

I have used one in 3 different homes and never had any issue with damp.

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