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Char­lene Peters of Tokai, Cape

Town writes My hus­band and I have four kids, in­clud­ing two teenagers. Al­though we have a large bath­room with suf­fi­cient ven­ti­la­tion, wet tow­els – es­pe­cially in win­ter – are a night­mare! Is there a prod­uct you can rec­om­mend?

Mark Ben­nett, sales and mar­ket­ing direc­tor at Jeeves,

replies Both the Jeeves Clas­sic D and Jeeves Clas­sic N28 heated towel rail mod­els will eas­ily ac­com­mo­date four bath sheets, en­sur­ing that the tow­els are al­ways warm and dry when needed.

The most ef­fec­tive way to dry tow­els af­ter bathing or show­er­ing is to fold the towel in half, and in half again. The Jeeves Clas­sic Range has been specif­i­cally de­signed with groups of bars to in­crease heat den­sity. As a rule of thumb, one group of bars rep­re­sents enough space for one bath towel. Your tow­els will re­main damp-free, pre­vent­ing mould and germs.

Fea­tur­ing Au­to­matic Heat­ing Tech­nol­ogy (AHT), th­ese heated towel rails con­sume no more elec­tric­ity than a sin­gle light bulb. An ad­di­tional ben­e­fit of heated towel rails, due to the tow­els re­main­ing dry, is re­duced towel wash­ing which, in turn, re­sults in re­duced elec­tric­ity and wa­ter us­age.

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