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October 6, 2006 12:03 AM
Broken: Dryer rack
I spotted this clothes dryer rack at the UK branch of Habitat.
The label for this clothes dryer rack reads:
"Do not put wet clothes on this airer. It is suitable for the airing of dry clothes only- not the drying of wet clothes.
Some colour may transfer from the wood if wet items are placed on it"
Who uses an a clothes dryer rack for clothes that aren't damp or wet? Why would you want to air out clothes that are already dry?
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