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    Default Walk in Dryer.....(Bathrooms)

    Is there such thing as a walk in dryer for when you get out of the shower????
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    Above can be fitted in to what you already have and there are quite a few like this too ....

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    Default Re: Walk in Dryer.....(Bathrooms)

    or commercial idea lol bet it costs a bomb..

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    Above can be fitted in to what you already have and there are quite a few like this too ....
    Thats a start, thanks mate
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    Default Re: Walk in Dryer.....(Bathrooms)

    I'm sure a towel is more effective and quicker than a body dryer. It would be a bit like had dryers which never really get you hands dry unless you have a spare 5 minutes to stand there.

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    Default Re: Walk in Dryer.....(Bathrooms)

    Quote Originally Posted by jamie_h88 View Post
    I'm sure a towel is more effective and quicker than a body dryer. It would be a bit like had dryers which never really get you hands dry unless you have a spare 5 minutes to stand there.

    Could be for a disabled person I suppose in which case, they're a great idea.

    If it's for a fully able bodied person then it's a total waste of time because at £521 for it the comparative cost of good quality towels would probably take 10 years to match and as for their hygiene statements on the site. Sorry, but if someone washes properly, there should be nothing but a few dead skin cells that would come off onto a towel. These would be removed in a proper wash cycle.

    There's far more shite lurking in corners, on keyboards, mice and mattresses than a towel used on a clean body and washed properly afterwards.

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    Default Re: Walk in Dryer.....(Bathrooms)

    you can get a ceiling mounted dryer, off the top of my head screwfix used to do them
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