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Hills Everyday 6 Retracting Clothesline
The Hills Everyday 6 Retracting Clothesline is an easy to use retractable clothesline offering 6 lines for optimum drying, each of which retract back to the cabinet when not in use.
Packaged fully assembled and easy to install, the Hills Everyday 6 blends perfectly into any indoor or outdoor setting. This unit has a vast 39 metres of line space and extends out to 6.5 metres making everyday washing a simple chore.
Add a post kit, mount bar or ground socket for different mounting options of this clothesline. See below for options.
Installation Note: If you require drilling into existing concrete for your clothesline installation please contact us on 1300 798 779 to discuss, as there is additional labour and charges.
What's Included With The Everyday 6 Retracting
Note: Wall fasteners are not included with this product
|Country of Manufacture||China|
|Suitable For||4 - 5 people|
|Total Line Space||39m|
|Number of Lines||6|
|Maximum Line Extension||6.5m|
|Minimum Line Extension||4m|
|Mounting Bolt Hole Centres||0.81m|
When you place an order, we will estimate delivery dates for you based on the availability of your items and as a general rule we make every effort to have most orders delivered within 2 - 9 working days from date of order depending on your location within Australia and the product purchased.
Please keep in mind some products are of a 'Made to Order' nature and may take a little longer. Rural and regional areas can take longer, up to approx. 12 - 19 working days.
If you have ordered installation or want to have your new clothesline installed by one of our professional installers, please see the steps below which outline the order/installation process.
Step 1. Place your order online or over the phone by calling 1300 798 779
Step 2. Your order will be processed within 24 hours (Mon - Fri) and the details of your order are then sent to the warehouse and the appropriate installer.
Step 3. Depending on the product you have chosen and your location the clothesline will either be picked up from the warehouse or sent by courier to the installer.
Step 4. Once the clothesline installer has the clothesline and he is ready to do your installation, he will call you directly on the phone number provided to arrange the installation day with you. Please make sure you provide the most contactable phone number/s. The installer will bring the clothesline with him on the day of installation.
Step 5. This process generally takes approx. 1 - 3 weeks depending on seasonal demand.
To view the complete guide to clothesline installation, please click on the following link Clothesline Installation Process
Super easy to setup and get working - delivery was super quick as well. Best price anywhere on this product- thanks Lifestyle Clotheslines
We have a wide covered verandah and with the Hills Everyday 6 we were able to replace our rotary clothesline and recover more useable back yard; great product which is out of sight most of the time. The delivery was prompt as well. Happy to deal with you again.
Hi John, we are glad that you didn't had any problem with your purchase and thank you for the review.
Overall good. Delivery was timely. Installer was fantastic!
Hi Rachael, thank you for your review and we are glad you had a great service with us.
Our overall experience was excellent. The ordering was easy, delivery was well within the promised time-span and installation quite straightforward. We have had one of these retractable lines for many years and bought this one for our daughter and her family.
Hi David, thank you for your review and we are happy that you like your new clothesline.
Hi ‘Admin’ Thanks for the email. The clothes line arrived early and it was fantastic. It was a replacement for a similar item I bought about fifteen years ago. Installation was easy. I like the line tensioner system that is used on the new one and the overall finish and profile is better too. However, I would suggest that, since the mechanism tensions ‘upwards’ it is no problem for me but may be a little difficult for some of shorter stature. Also, the earlier version had a ‘handle’ that you gripped to pull the lines out. This handle then became the attachment onto the post. Whilst I think the new system is probably more robust it is less convenient to pull the lines out now than previously. Regards Steve Klomp 0417184789