23.6 x 20 in. Electric Towel Warmer Rack 4-Bar Stainless Steel Heated Towel Rack with Timer for Bath, Matte Black
We provide you an advanced electric towelWe provide you an advanced electric towel warmer to keep your clothes at a constant gentle temperature even in cold weather. With its help, you will not worry about unhygienic troubles. The VEVOR warmer rack gives you a spacious space to hold many clothes and heats them in a short time. Moreover, thanks to the timer design, the product will ensure convenient and secure use in your daily life.View Full Product Description
Radiant 10-Bar Hardwired Towel Warmer in Matte Black
The Radiant collection features affordable,The Radiant collection features affordable, wall-mounted towel warmers. Wrap yourself in a warm, cozy towel or bathrobe after every bath or shower. Prevent your towel from developing that gross musty smell by drying it after every use and reduce how frequently you have to wash your towels. Choose between round or square bars as well as a shelf model; straight or curved horizontal bars, in a hardwired or plug-in variation - Amba has a style and size to fit all needs. Made of high quality 304 stainless steel, they are offered in a variety of finishes including brushed, polished, matte black and satin brass and feature integrated On/Off switches on the unit.View Full Product Description
Eve 8-Bar Stainless Steel Wall Mounted Electric Towel Warmer Rack in Brushed Nickel
Envision wrapping yourself in a toasty, warmEnvision wrapping yourself in a toasty, warm robe courtesy of our ANZZI Eve 8-Bar stainless steel wall mounted electric towel warmer rack in brushed nickel. With an ingenious design in a 3-5 rail grouping and bonus top shelf, this towel warmer will safely, quickly and evenly warm large thick towels and bathrobes, as well as washcloths and hand towels. Stylishly crafted from Rhino Alloy Certified rust resistant stainless steel for reliability and functionality.View Full Product Description
Eve 8-Bar Stainless Steel Wall Mounted Towel Warmer in Matte Black
Envision wrapping yourself in a toasty, warmEnvision wrapping yourself in a toasty, warm robe courtesy of our ANZZI Eve 8-Bar stainless steel wall mounted electric towel warmer rack in matte black. With an ingenious design in a 3-5 rail grouping and bonus top shelf, this towel warmer will safely, quickly and evenly warm large thick towels and bathrobes, as well as washcloths and hand towels. Stylishly crafted from RHINO ALLOY certified rust resistant stainless steel for reliability and functionality.View Full Product Description
Questions & Answers
What is the most common feature for Towel Warmers?
For a hamper- or bucket-style towel warmer, clean the bin and remove the drip tray. Mold and mildew can grow in the bottom corners. Disinfect the bin and tray nightly. Let everything air dry. For a towel warmer rack, turn it off and unplug it if you can. Once it's cool, wipe it down with a cloth dipped in water and mild detergent. Wipe it again with a clean wet cloth to remove any extra soap. If your warmer has a door that seals, clean the rubber gasket too.
Where are towel warmers installed?
Towel warmers are usually found in bathrooms, but you might also find them in cloakrooms, laundry rooms or mud rooms. Some are near an outdoor pool or shower. Installing a wall-mounted heated towel rack next to your bathtub keeps a warm towel within easy reach. A freestanding towel warmer is a great option for people who are renting or don't want the commitment of hanging an appliance on the wall. Hydronic towel warmers are wall mounted or floor mounted because they're hooked up to plumbing.
How do I choose a towel warmer?
Choosing a towel warmer comes down to appearance and bathroom setup. If you already have a radiator, swap it for a hydronic towel warmer. Otherwise, you'll likely want an electric towel warmer. These can plug into the wall or be hardwired into your home's electric. If you ve got the space, a plug-in freestanding towel warmer is an easy addition. A wall-mounted heated towel rack takes up less floor space. Decide on the budget and look that fits your decor to narrow your choices further.
What is the top-selling product within Towel Warmers?
The average price for Towel Warmers ranges from $50 to $2,000.
What is the difference between a towel radiator and a towel warmer?
Not every towel warmer is a towel radiator, but some are. Heated towel racks get the heat from electricity or water. Many towel warmers are electric. Other towel radiators are hydronic, which means they use hot water in pipes to provide heat. When choosing between a towel warmer vs a towel radiator, note if you have a nearby electrical outlet or a radiator in the bathroom. Choose the option that matches your current outlet or radiator setup.
What are the different types of towel warmers?
When you need toasty towels, you can choose from an electric towel warmer or a hydronic towel warmer. The first type plugs into an electrical outlet or is hardwired into your home's electricity. The second type is a heated towel rack powered by water running through it. A hydronic warmer works like a radiator. Most towel warmers are racks, but some are shaped like buckets, hampers or small boxes.
Can you leave towels on a towel warmer overnight?
While a towel warmer rack can make comforting towels an everyday occurrence, it's best not to leave an electric warmer on overnight. As with many appliances that produce heat, there's a risk of fire if it overheats. Turning it off when you don't need it saves energy on your electric bill, too. Simply turn the warmer on as soon as you're thinking about a shower or bath. A radiator towel warmer, also called a hydronic towel warmer, runs on the same heating cycle as the rest of the house. This prevents it from overheating.
What is a towel warmer?
A towel warmer, also known as a towel heater or heated towel rack, uses heated bars to warm towels or other garments hung on them. The heaters are electric or hydronic. They either run on electricity or are heated by water, like a radiator. If you already have a radiator, swap it out for a hydronic towel warmer for cozy comfort after a shower.
Can you put wet towels in a towel warmer?
Towel warmers won't dry soaking wet towels like a dryer would. It heats up the towels but doesn't blow hot air to dry them. Putting sopping towels on a towel warmer makes the appliance work extra hard and won't be as effective. For fluffy and warm towels, wring out excess water before letting the towel warmer work its magic.
Do towel warmers heat bathrooms?
Towel warmers heat up the bathroom to an extent, as they're radiating heat from the rails of the rack. They're not as robust as a space heater but will remove some of the chill. A heated towel rack usually gives off enough heat to keep a small bathroom comfortable after a shower. A hydronic towel rack may even prove more useful than a radiator, as it ll warm the towels as well as the room.