You know not only have I had a dream of living in the country being completely self sufficient for years, but I've made every attempt to live that way without the property and means just yet. One of the odd things I miss from my childhood is having a close line in our backyard. Even as a child I truly loved when my mother would air dry our clothes and sheets.
Nowadays I enjoy it for even more reasons. Air drying clothing is not only better for fabrics themselves but for your utilities as well. The last subdivision we lived in had a rule against putting up close lines or even hanging clothes from any structure. The neighborhood we are in now frowns upon it because of the lack of space in our yards.
Best Drying Rack caught my eye right away as it comes in a really awesome compact shape for storage. Then quickly and easily expands out for a large drying area. It can be used indoors or outside so while we are still waiting to move we can use it inside our home here then out in the yard at the new house (in the country where there are no restrictions).
Made in the USA, this drying rack rotates for easy loading and can hold up to 24 feet of clothes. The maple and steel construction makes this very durable and sturdy regardless of where you choose to use it. Right now we have it stored in our laundry room and we pull it into the living room when we want to air dry. I LOVE not having to run my dryer constantly! This has been more than convenient and even my difficult husband set in his non-green friendly ways, loves it!
Available to purchase/Cost: $79 Clothes Drying Rack
Recommendation: This is actually quite cheap if you think about the amount you are saving on both utilities and replacing clothing after too many times through the dryer. You also have to worry less about things getting tangled or damaged in the dryer. This is very convenient for just about anyone interested in air drying no matter what the reason!
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Giveaway: Best Drying Rack is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a Drying Rack of their own! Starting 4/22 for Earth Day!!