During the coldest months of winter, there are few things more universally adored than a relaxing soak in the tub or a nice, long, hot shower. The only bad part about the experience? The moment it's over! After relishing in the feel of the warm water on your skin, cold air can be a real shock to the system. Thankfully, there's a way you can extend your moment of bliss with the Homeleader Heated Towel Rack ($59.99, Amazon).
With this warming rack, that cozy feeling you get from wrapping yourself up in a towel that's fresh out of the dryer can be a reality after every shower. Assembly takes mere minutes and this slim and sturdy rack can either stand on its included feet or be mounted on the wall with the included mounting materials, making it adaptable for any sized bathroom.
Its 120-watts of power will bring this rack up to a toasty 141 degrees within 30 minutes with the flick of a waterproof switch. Equipped with a built-in thermostat that safely maintains the temperature and conserves energy, this device is practically worry-free.
As for its design, it's made of a white lacquered steel with a modern "S" shape for an elegant rack that can hold multiple towels and robes without taking any from your bathroom décor.
As one happy shopper shared, it can also be used to dry your soiled towel once you've finished with it. "I wish I got this towel warmer sooner," the buyer wrote. "It's very effective and needed in my cold bathroom. It warms up relatively quickly and drys wet [towels] quickly as well. I highly recommend this product!"
Another customer loved it so much, they bought it twice! "We first got one and we liked it so much that we got another one within a week. This is the best solution for keeping your towels dry, perfect for houses in cold places with less sun and less aeration. Highly recommended!"
Anything that adds a spa-like feel to our home bathroom is A-OK in our books. And besides, with a 30-day money-back guarantee and a 12-month replacement warranty, what do you have to lose?
Where to buy: $59.99, Amazon
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