Yes. The AGA heat-storage cooker radiates a gentle warmth that dries your clothes beautifully, reducing your reliance on a tumble dryer. To do this, use an airer or clothes horse – be careful never to drape clothes or sheets over the ventilation holes on the burner door.
Another job the AGA cooker makes light work of is ironing items such as folded pillow slips or t-shirts simply place on the simmering plate cover over night to be 'AGA ironed'.
If you want to learn about the other domestic chores an AGA heat-storage cooker can help you with, visit your dedicated AGA shop.
AGA cookers are easy to keep clean – follow our helpful tips:
The main, hot ovens and hotplates help to keep themselves clean by carbonising cooking spills and splashes. Just brush off the carbon dust. For stubborn stains, don't be afraid to use a wire brush on the plain cast-iron components.
If spills have become baked on to the enamel, use a soap filled pad, not too coarse, so as to avoid scratching the enamel. DO NOT use 'oven cleaners'. Splashes and spills on the vitreous enamel should be wiped away as soon as possible, using a damp (not wet) soft cloth. The AGA e-cloths are ideal. You can use a specific product such as the AGA enamel cleaner. Never use a cold wet cloth.
The polished insulating lids and handrail can be cleaned with a damp soapy cloth, followed by a wet cloth, finish by polishing with a clean dry cloth.
For more tips visit http://www.agaliving.com/aga-owners/caring-for-your-aga/
You will need to contact a local builder to inspect your floor and assess for suitability. The weights of our appliances are shown on the relevant product page.