Spin dryer for van, £2.99

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  1. GJH

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    In Lidl this morning we spotted This.

    Bought one, tried it and it works. Obviously only for small items but it's lightweight and cheap.

    Better be quick though. The link is a cached page and they were in the Monday specials this week so some stores may not have any left.
     
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    Had one of these for years, great for lettuce, never tried it for clothes though.:Rofl1:
     
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    My "smalls "are a lot bigger than that:Rofl1:
     
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    Just how big are your feet? :Laughing:
     
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    Same here but there was some discussion a while ago about a larger version in the US for helping dry clothes. When we saw it was only £2.99 we thought it was worth a punt - and, as Jill says, we could still use it for lettuce if it doesn't do the job :BigGrin:
     
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    What's that green stuff in the picture?


    JJ :Cool:
     
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    I could have given you a couple of large ones for nowt!! I passed them on to the charity shop in the end. :Smile:

    If you want to be able to spin without having to do any work you can actually get electric (battery) ones too ... we used to have one which we bought from Lakeland (on offer) but unfortunately it had a design fault ... it had holes in the base of the bowl and although it had a twist seal on it ... it leaked!!!! :Doh:

    We took it back and got the Oxo Good Grips manual one instead (on offer) - they do large and small versions - they are great to use as you don't have to hold any knobs or anything, just press down on the big black button! :thumb:
     
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    The one we've had for years has holes in the base - so needs to be used on a drainer but the Lidl one doesn't.

    What's with this "battery operated" and "big black button"? Exercise is good for you :Laughing:
     
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    On behalf of Rita and I, can I respectfully request that you don't invite us round for salad sandwich please? :Rofl1:

    Cheers,

    Jock.
     
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