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I need a VERY small heated rail for a tiny (under the stairs) cloakroom

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JessieJayne Tue 04-Mar-14 14:23:10

just really to save having a damp towel lying there.

What do other people do cos I can't find any on-line?

OnePlanOnHouzz Tue 04-Mar-14 15:54:24

If you can't find a heated towel rail - then maybe a dinky normal radiator would work ?!

soundevenfruity Tue 04-Mar-14 16:10:56

I saw electric towel warmers though I'd personally go for a thin towel.

minipie Tue 04-Mar-14 16:20:46

In our downstairs cloakroom we have a wall hung sink with a towel rail attached to it, then a very small radiator underneath the sink. It has the same effect (dries the towel and heats the room). Also takes up less wall space than a towel rail as the rad fits neatly under the sink. Would this work for you?

JessieJayne Tue 04-Mar-14 21:43:38

OnePlan - I can't see any dinky little radiators. Can you point me in the general direction?

Minipie - how small is your under the sink radiator and what is the make?

RandomMess Tue 04-Mar-14 21:46:13

We have a tiny radiator and the towel rail is actually on the door.

RandomMess Tue 04-Mar-14 21:47:48

Any good?

www.heatandplumb.com/acatalog/Radiators.html

JessieJayne Wed 05-Mar-14 18:47:52

I think I need smaller than those RandomMess but then again I'm not very good at millimetres blush. I just need a teeny weeny one

JessieJayne Wed 05-Mar-14 18:48:27

Minipie - what kind of radiator did you get to go under your sink, that sounds interesting.

minipie Wed 05-Mar-14 18:55:44

I think it was something like this in 400 x500 or 400x600. (not at home at the mo!)

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minipie Wed 05-Mar-14 18:58:58

but this is much cheaper and also in 400x500

InsertUsernameHere Wed 05-Mar-14 20:01:15

Just be careful you don't put it somewhere that you will burn your leg when you sit on the loo bitter experience

toomuchtooyoung Wed 05-Mar-14 21:02:38

liking the idea of having the rad under the sink. assume there are no implications in positioning it there?

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