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79 reviews | 4.5 out of 5
I used to hang my laundry under the boom on my boat, but now that I live ashore, this little contraption is really working for me. I have mine in my service porch and everyone who happens to come by on laundry day (the only time you would even know it's there) has since purchased one as well. We all like it. I damp dry my clothes then hang them up to dry the rest of the way. I conserve a little energy and supposedly air drying laundry is a good thing. This is perfect for line drying your lingerie and delicates plus it works wonders on jeans and towels that never seem to be 100% dry coming out of the dryer. I highly recommend using one. Note to anyone using one of these: there is a little plastic "cleat" under the reel that you wrap the line around to keep it from pulling out further and sagging. Expect a little sag from the weight of your laundry, but not so much that your laundry will be on the ground.
You get great value for a $9 clothesline! It works fantastically - you have 20 feet to work with. You also have the option for shorter rooms - you can wrap the line around the bottom of the holder to keep it from retracting out more. We have hung towels and jeans - and it holds them up! When you are done, the line zips right back in...it goes so quickly! This really is a great purchase for the money!
I have two of these in use at my summer home and they work great and save money. They are used for the three summer months in Oregon and save one full months electricity compared to using the dryer. I'm sure the savings here in Arizona will be better because it's sunny all year. President Obama needs to issue an executive order allowing anyone to have a clothes line-the heck with HOA rules!
Using this item as a room divider. Have a king sized sheet hanging on it and it does not sag. Very good product for the price.
As much as I used the thing, all I can say is that this +/- $10 product was well worth the price! It is used to hang my shirts from hangers (since I never machine dry my "business casual" shirts). The product isn't "industrial strength" though: I must say that the little "cleat" (the little plastic thing-a-ma-jit you wrap the clothesline to hold the weight of the damp clothes) broke pretty early on; but I was kinda rough with it when "cleating" the line. I had to resort to wrapping the line around the metal bracket that holds the clothesline to the wall (i'd just wrap it around two times, and presto! ...eeked out an extra 3-4 years from it). The loop that holds the line to the far end of the line also broke; but that was solved with tying a loop with the end of the line. The plastic insulation around the nylon line started sheering off and I felt it had finally had enough! Overall: more than met my expectations! Great value and very useful for apartment living!
This clothesline is perfect. I have it hung on my deck. I used to have a plain clothesline tied from one end to the other, and it looked trashy, because I had to leave it up all the time. I love that I can retract this and fold the case up against my deck, and you don't notice it at all. Although - I point it out to everyone I have over, because I'm so happy with it. I use it mostly to hang my cloth diapers to dry, but I'm going to get another one (or maybe 2) so that I can hang towels and other items out to dry. What a wonderful way to conserve electricity!
It was super easy to install and works as expected. I like how It retracts so guests don't have to see my clothesline when they're over. It's alomost unnoticeable when it's up. I think I'll buy one for my RV for camping trips too.
I purchased this item to go along with the portable washing machine I purchased. I placed it inside my bedroom closet so it would be out of sight when not in use. It was larger then I expected. I connect it over to the top of my window, where I have some wind chimes hanging. I don't use the full 20 feet of line and it's never loose as there is a part on the case housing for "locking" the line in place once deployed. It passes just under my ceiling fan and ceiling duct vents for AC/Heating. The clothes are never very wet after spin dry cycle; only moist, as if from sweat, and they dry quickly (never more than 6 hours) under the ceiling fan and vent. On good days I have my window open and it only takes 3-4 hours to dry. The clothes always smell fresh when done drying. This has saves me $2.00 per dryer and the hassle of going to the apartment complex laundry room dealing with other people and dirty dryers. I can do my laundry on my own schedule in my own apartment keeping me and my clothes safe.
I have had this clothesline for a few weeks now and I LOVE it! Haven't had any problems with it what-so-ever! I hang alot of clothes from one end to the other and it does droop a little but nothing major, just make sure to wrap the line around the 'handle' thing at the bottom and it keeps the line as tight as it can. I hang heavy towels and jeans all the time on it and it works great! I'm actually online right now to order another one, so I can do more laundry at one time! YAY! LOVE GOING GREEN! C:
I love having the optoin to hang my sheets on my screened porch to air dry. This product is perfect for that.
This is an excellent product! I live in an apartment, and it has already saved me so much money from not having to dry clothes! I am very impressed, and for such little money! I checked prices at other stores, and this was by far the cheapest!
This line was very well constructed. I put it on my bedroom doorway to my main entrance doorway and is about 18 ft. I put it on studs so that it does not pull out. I like this alot. It holds all my clothes from one load. Good value.
Good Product,Handles easy works without any problems.
I bought this along with a portatil washer machine for my RV. I don't have dryer machine, so this clothsline works wonder to air dry my clothes inside. The retractable cord is an advantage , so it can be out of the way when not in use. The vinyl material is long lasting and strong. The clothsline is 20' long, I use only about 10' of it (due to my limit space..) The line wraps nicely around the bottom of the holder keeping it from retracting out more and keeping it tight. Holds very well towels, jeans ..without saging. Tip; hang the heavy clothes in the sides and the light ones in the middle for better weight distribution. My clothes usually dries well between 8-12 hrs but remember that can vary depending of the weather.
I had one for years and it did just what I needed. I like having a clothes line that can be hidden when I'm not needing it. I have it strung between two poles on my back porch. Don't hang real heavy things on it like bedspreads, it won't hold. But for shirts, towels and smaller things it really can't be beat.
The only complaint with this product is that is wasn't strong enough to hold 3 or 4 pairs of large jeans, but it holds several shirts easily.
I bought this thinking that as you pulled the line out and attached to the other wall it would lock in place but it does not, you have to pull enough extra line out to wrap around the base to pull it tight. Bottom line save your money and buy a piece of string.
Ive only used it one time but I love it. It was easy to install as well.
My development doesn't allow clotheslines; so environmentally unfriendly. So, I thought, can they tell me what will be on my deck? Less than $10 and it's sturdy, discrete, and it went up in a flash and folds flat against the wall when I'm not using it. I couldn't be more pleased.
Bought online, picked up in store, put it up and love it ever since.
I mounted it outside under our porch roof and use it for drying pool towels etc. it tucks away when not in use. Very good and sturdy clothes line for any length up to 20 feet.
I would buy this one again.