KITCHEN TOWEL RAIL FAQs
Can you leave a kitchen towel rail on all the time?
Yes, they tea towel rails are designed to be left on all the time, as they don’t cause any safety threats. It will just be the cost of keeping them running you will need to consider. Most people keep them on during daytime hours when they are spending time in the kitchen. Your standard tea towel rail will be controlled by your houses central heating system and go on and off with it.
How can I bleed a kitchen towel rail?
The air can build up inside a towel radiator, like any other radiators and this might make it go cold. You will need to bleed your kitchen towel radiator if this happens, and you will often feel the top of the kitchen towel rail getting cold before the bottom. This will result in larger energy bills as the rail will have to work harder to heat up the room, so avoid unwanted extra costs by regularly bleeding your kitchen towel rack.
How can I keep my chrome kitchen towel rail clean?
If you end up going for a chrome towel rail, you will need to clean it regularly as marks are obvious on chrome materials, similar to stainless steel tower rails. Before any cleaning, you will need to get rid of dust, with a cloth or hoover. You can then use warm soapy water to wipe the tea towel rail clean. Once you have cleaned it, a new microfibre cloth will help to dry it off and shine it.
How quickly will a kitchen towel rail dry tea towel?
It depends how wet your tea towel is, but it shouldn’t take long to dry off on a towel rack. It will depend on the size of the towel rack you go for and the size of the tea towel too, but it will take under half an hour on some racks.