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TopLine Ceiling Rail Clothes Line
The TopLine Ceiling Rail clothes line is the ideal solution for indoor or outdoor clothes drying as it is mounted to your ceiling out of the way.
With two hanging rails that are 2.4m long, you simply turn the handle to lower each rail down to the perfect height for loading your washing, then with a few turns the washing is hoisted back up to the ceiling out of the way.
Each Aluminium rod comes with 15 clothes hanger holes for the use of clothes hangers or you can also use the full length of the rails for drying sheets and large items.
The rails are operated individually with a unique gearing system so that even the heaviest items are effortlessly raised up to the ceiling.
TopLine Ceiling Rail Clothes Line Benefits
- Hoist your washing to the ceiling out of the way
- 2 Drying Rails 2.4m long take sheets and heavy items
- Easily Dry Sheets & Towels
- Effortless operation cog gearing system
- Use Indoor or Outdoor as all Aluminium and Stainless Steel construction
- Big 30kg Load Capacity
What's Included with the TopLine 150 Clothesline
- 2 x TopLine Aluminium Ceiling Rails 2.4m Wide
- 1 x Winder
- Stainless steel wire
- 2 x Ceiling Mounts
- 1 x Instruction & Installation Manual
The clothesline does need to be anchored into something secure and solid in the ceiling to make sure that the unit is ok to take the weight of the unit and wet washing.
Updated 1 August 2021
- Country of Manufacture
- 1-6 People
- Number of Laths/Rods
- 2 Clothes Rods with 30 Total Hanger Holes (15 per Rail)
- Unit Length
- Drop Length from Ceiling
- Aluminium/Stainless Steel
- Metal Finish
Frequently Asked Questions
- direction changer
- stud wall
Very solid but hard to install on stud walls
Seems to be very solid and works well. Installing on a stud wall was a nightmare, though, as the block with the reel has two holes horizontally, so I spend the whole day trying to figure out how to attach it anywhere in the laundry. It would be great if it had vertical holes. Also, I had to cut a hole in the cornice to install the direction changer. Some sort of universal cover to cover the mess would help.
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