The Benefits Of A Towel Warmer
Once considered purely a luxury item that only
those with a lot of coin could purchase, towel warmers are now quite affordable.
Most people think of a towel warmer as being able to wrap a fluffy, warm towel
around them after they are finished with their hot bath or shower. While that is
certainly the most popular -- and comforting -- use,
towel warmers are not
limited to warming your towel. In fact, its number of uses is just limited by
In addition to warming your towel quickly, towel warmers can be used to dry
delicate garments and hand-washable clothes, such as lingerie and bathing suits.
Another popular benefit is that they can be used to warm your mittens, gloves,
earmuffs, scarf, and winter coats before heading out into the cold. Or, how
about putting on some toasty pajamas before jumping into bed? Towel warmers are
designed with special racks that are heated with electrical power, keeping your
towels and clothes consistently heated.
Although not specifically designed and engineered to heat or warm your bathroom,
they can help to prevent your bathroom from becoming too damp, especially in
poorly ventilated bathrooms, which may be prone to mildew and bacteria growth.
You know how a damp towel can smell, even after one use, don't you? Not only
that, but damp towels are breeding grounds for bacteria.
Towel warmers also can help with your utility costs. Most electric towel warmers
use a small amount of electricity. When comparing the laundry costs of keeping
fresh, dry towels in use, towel warmers can cut your electric bills.
While most people purchase towel warmers for its functional warming properties,
other purchase a towel warmer to add a more modern, upscale, spa-like
look-and-feel to their bathrooms. Still, others want to add a high-tech
component to their bathrooms.
While wall-mounted towel warmers are a snap to install, for those that want an
even easier installation, there are also free-standing towel warmers.