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Spring cleaning sorted with Addis

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Spring cleaning sorted with Addis

Our Travel & Lifestyle Editor recently found themselves in a new flat, with a huge cleaning task ahead of her. Bored of buying flimsy buckets and clothes driers that were A, affordable and therefore B, constantly on the brink of collapse, she turned to an old, slightly more expensive favourite – Addis housewares (ask your Mum. That’s what she did).


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Addis have a great range of everyday items – you know, the kind we all hate spending money on but make life indisputably better by sitting in your cupboard. A six arm ironing pile tidy? They’ve got it. A caddy to keep all your washing up tools? Yep. Here are our top five products for making that Spring clean easier (and dare we say, fun?):

  1. Twist Mop, £9.99

Didn’t know you needed this, did you? But you do. Trust us, you do. Get ready for a life of minimal squeezing and battling to drain the mucky water out of your mop, thanks to this handy twist function and refill packs.

2. 3 Tier Concertina Airer, £36.99

Because there WILL be untold amounts of washing as your clothes get covered in dust and bin juice. This handy tall design means you can discreetly hide washing as it dries, in warm utility rooms, kitchen corners and the like.

3. Compact Ironing Board, £34.99

Complete with a 100% cotton cover with foam underlay and steel mesh for efficient steam ironing, and four different height options.

4. Kitchen Compost Caddy, £7.99

It’s 2019. If you don’t have one, GET ONE.

5. Deep Wire Draining Rack, £6.99

You’re busy, the washing up’s going to pile up. Keep it tidy with this lil‘ rack for under £7.

Admit it, you’re a little bit buzzed about ‘adulting’. Check out tonnes more products at

While this is not an #ad, we were sent a few Addis products to try out for review, and we were lucky enough to keep them afterwards. These are the products we highly recommend and would happily spend money on.

Amy Everett is FashionBite's food and travel editor, she also writes for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian Travel, Stylist, Shortlist, Red, Cosmopolitan and more.

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