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Best Clothes Drying Rack Review and #Giveaway

Best Drying Rack
        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.

        So I have had to improvise by hanging clothes strategically around my home which is a huge inconvenience at times.  This can damage some kinds of furniture, take up a lot of space, and even take longer to dry when placed over furniture not designed for drying.  Because of this I've been on the constant search for a portable drying rack to use until we move.  Best Drying Rack sent me over their drying rack and I've fallen in love!

        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!!
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21 comments:

  1. I absolutely need this drying rack. My dryer is on it's last leg and doesn't work very well at all, so I usually hang my clothes to dry and this would be perfect for me.

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  2. I would love to have the worm box, I have been keeping an eye on it FOREVER. I would love love love to have worm pets. :)

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  3. I do not have a laundry room, my washer/dryer are tucked in a closet in a half bath, this drying rack would help me out tremendously. I would love to set it outside with clothes on it for that great outside fresh smell!
    like2sweep@gmail.com
    Beth H

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  4. I could use the drying rack because I live in Florida and it would save electricity, instead of using my dryer.

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  5. You aren't kidding when you say that this is the Best Drying Rack! I have never seen anything like it!

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  6. I could really use the drying rack. We lived in an apartment and trying to save some money so instead of using the drying it would be nice to just have it hang dry

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  7. A drying rack would be helpful. I could hang items on it that I do not want to put in the dryer. I had a good drying rack some years ago, but it is long past its prime.

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  8. I'd like a drying rack because I'd like to use my dryer much less - due to costs and environmental effects. Plus, it's better for your clothes and will prevent shrinkage.

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  9. Like you, and as I live in a condo in the city, I end up spreading my laundry all over - the living room, dining room, etc on door knobs, poles, chairs - to dry. I hate using the dryer for anything except towels and sheets as I love air-drying my clothes. I'd love this rack!

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  10. I like that it rotates so you can stand on one side with a load of clothes and just turn it to put on more.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  11. The drying rack would be most handy. I am always looking for ways to save money and not using the dryer would be a good start.

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  12. I would love to use this during the summer in Connecticut nothing like clothes dried outdoors

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  13. I need a drying rack to I don't have to have wet clothes hanging in my laundry room doorway.

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  14. I love air-drying my clothes outside and we just moved to a new house that has a nice deck I could put this on. I like that i can bring it in when i am done and also use inside in the cooler months as needed.

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  15. I would dry my lo's diapers on this. Totally need it!

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  16. I'd really love to win the drying rack since my gas dryer has recently decided to die on me.

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  17. One of our ways of 'going green' is to not use the clothes dryer. Since we heat with wood, this would be great to use: not only dry the clothes, but add needed humidity to the house.

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  18. I could definitely use the drying rack because we have a lot of clothes that we don't put in the dryer!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  19. I would love to have the clothes drying rack! This would come in really handy when my dryer is not working!

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  20. This drying rack would be fantastic! I don't have a clothesline, but I usually drape clothes over my deck railing to dry outside. Then it blows over onto the ground. Not cool. This would be perfect!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  21. The garden cage. I need it to protect my plants from the neighbors dogs.

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