A towel warmer is a device for warming towels up to body temperature after being washed. Towels are placed on the towel warmer and then heated by electricity or natural gas. Towel warmers can be found in many public restrooms, gyms, hotels, hospitals, and spas around the world. While you may not think about it much when using one of these devices day-to-day, there are some simple steps that you can take to ensure that your towel warmers will last as long as possible while saving money and energy costs in the process!
1) Keep your towel warmers at least 18 inches away from any other sources of heat such as radiators or fireplaces – this includes air vents, direct sunlight, and even electrical appliances which produce heat.
2) Towel warmers in constant use may require a little more maintenance than towel warmers that aren’t. While towel warmers manufacturers recommend regular cleaning of the towel warmers, it is crucial to clean any towel warmer used frequently or shows signs of corrosion or rust on its surface.
3) Towel warmers should be stored in a dry place when not being used. Towel warmer drawers, racks, and cabinets are ideal for this purpose. They keep the towel warmer from direct exposure to humidity which can damage its surface or internal components.
Towel warmers are an excellent way to save money on heating costs while also providing a luxurious spa-like feel. Towel warmers can be used in any bathroom and come in many shapes, styles, and sizes, so one for every home décor style.